May 6, 2016

Multi Image Installation

Table of Elements

Table of Elements – 2012

Table of Elements was specifically conceived and designed for use in a health care environment. The ideal situation for this work is in a hospital waiting room, Table of Elements attempts to shift the viewer’s experience away from the typical mode of watching a moving image and towards a way of observation more akin to the way in which Read more about Table of Elements – 2012[…]

Table of Elements Demo

Table of Elements 7 min excerpt – 2012

Table of Elements was specifically conceived and designed for use in a health care environment. The ideal situation for this work is in a hospital waiting room, Table of Elements attempts to shift the viewer’s experience away from the typical mode of watching a moving image and towards a way of observation more akin to the way in which Read more about Table of Elements 7 min excerpt – 2012[…]

Table of Elements Installed

Table of Elements Installed at University of Cincinnati Medical Center – 2014

Documentation of the installation and of reactions to the work by people in the the hospital waiting room. Interviews by Melissa Godoy. Table of Elements was specifically conceived and designed for use in a health care environment. The ideal situation for this work is in a hospital waiting room, Table of Elements attempts to shift the viewer’s Read more about Table of Elements Installed at University of Cincinnati Medical Center – 2014[…]

Spring's Mix Demo

Spring’s Mix Demo – 2006

Demo of three screen installation. Three part work created for my exhibition at Shirley Jones Gallery in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Features dance treatments from Experimental Television Center, as well as footage from my backyard in Cincinnati. The piece was projected onto the store front windows of the gallery.

American Diorama Installed

American Diorama Installed at El Camino Medical Center – 2007

My first multi channel work for synchronized video streams. The piece starts in Cape Cod and moves gradually across the North American continent, ending at the Pacific Ocean. There is no attempt to cover all this ground in any complete way – the work is an assembly of the places I traveled to and landscapes Read more about American Diorama Installed at El Camino Medical Center – 2007[…]

American Diorama

American Diorama – 5 min sample – 2004

My first multi channel work for synchronized video streams. The piece starts in Cape Cod and moves gradually across the North American continent, ending at the Pacific Ocean. There is no attempt to cover all this of ground in any complete way – the work is an assembly of the places I traveled to and Read more about American Diorama – 5 min sample – 2004[…]

I Morti at Weston

I Morti Installation Documentation (Weston Art Gallery) – 2002

This video combines documentation of the work as it was installed at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati along with excerpts of some of the footage which makes up the whole. I was fascinated by the photos on gravestones in the Cemetery at San Minato in Florence, Italy. I began to think about the way Read more about I Morti Installation Documentation (Weston Art Gallery) – 2002[…]

I Morti Demo

I Morti (Demo) – 2002

Demo of five screen installation. I was fascinated by the photos on gravestones in the Cemetery at San Minato in Florence, Italy. I began to think about the way in which a single image came to represent the entire lived experience of the person. Cinema as a whole also seems to be about representations of Read more about I Morti (Demo) – 2002[…]

Flip It – 1999

Two channels or two versions of a video made with an early non-linear editing system “The Video Cube.” Purchased by Matt Dibble, to which I made a contribution and got some time on the system. The tape attempts to form a series of wipes as if constantly changing channels. All footage is appropriated from cable Read more about Flip It – 1999[…]

Baltimore Overpass

Baltimore Overpass (Demo) – 1994

Produced while I was living in Washington DC. This is a meditation on highway architecture and the view from moving cars, subjects that have long been dear to me. Shot on Hi8 with footage processed at ETC and in my studio using the Amiga computer.

Virtual Space Demo

Virtual Space (Demo) – 1989

My first attempt at a multi-channel video installation. The work was highly influenced by Nam June Paik’s retrospective at the Whitney and by Steina Vasulka’s “The West”. This piece was produced while I was living and working at the Vasulka’s House/Studio in Santa Fe. I had persuaded them to let me house sit while they Read more about Virtual Space (Demo) – 1989[…]