Projects

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CLOUDS #2 (WOMAN)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

One from a series of miniature works inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series(1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In each work, a cloud formation is fashioned from cotton wool and other materials and affixed to a cylinder. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which gives ...

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CLOUDS #3 (ASTRONAUT)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. Clouds #3, unusually, has no clouds. A cylinder, painted to represent the moon's surface, is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A miniature astronaut hovers in the foreground. A live video camera captures this image which gives the appearance ...

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CLOUDS #4 (UFO)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In this work, a cloud formation is airbrushed onto the surface of a cylinder. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which gives the appearance of clouds moving across the ...

image:Clouds #5 (diver)
 

CLOUDS #5 (DIVER)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In this work, a cloud formation is airbrushed onto a cylinder. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which gives the appearance of clouds moving across the sky, creating a ...

image:Clouds #6 (sheep)
 

CLOUDS #6 (SHEEP)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In this work, a cloud formation is fashioned from cotton wool and other materials and affixed to a cylinder. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which gives the appearance ...

image:Clouds #7 (cameraman)
 

CLOUDS #7 (CAMERAMAN)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In this work, a cloud formation is fashioned from cotton wool, applied to a cylinder, and airbrushed to resemble a stormy sky. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which ...

image:Clouds #8 (airport)
 

CLOUDS #8 (AIRPORT)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In this work, a cloud formation is fashioned from cotton wool and other materials and affixed to a cylinder. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which gives the appearance ...

image:Clouds #9 (priest)
 

CLOUDS #9 (PRIEST)

Wall-mounted kinetic video sculpture 2005

The Cloud series was inspired by Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1922-35), a photographic study of clouds as pure pattern. In this work, a cloud formation is fashioned from cotton wool and other materials and affixed to a cylinder. The cylinder is mounted to a motor, which rotates it slowly. A live video camera captures this image which gives the appearance ...

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DOUBLE FANTASY

Sculptural video installation with projection. 2005

The artists are rendered in miniature as if they were childhood friends and their fantasy scenarios are depicted. One is a simple country wedding ceremony, the other an epic mideval battle. The miniatures are fixed to either side of a vertically-oriented platform which is mounted on a floor-based stand. Live video cameras capture images of the unmoving tableaux, which are ...

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OUR FIRST DATE

Sculptural kinetic video installation with flat-screen display. 2005

Wall mounted sculpture with four platforms. Our First Date draws on biographical material, rendering the artists in miniature as they visit a Conceptual Art exhibition in Paris in 1990. The tableau includes representations of works by artists On Kawara, Joseph Kosuth, Art and Language, Hans Haacke and others. The figures of Kevin and Jennifer appear in multiple at different stages ...

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WHAT DO YOU THINK

Wall-mounted video sculpture 2005

In this wall-mounted piece, a group of identical miniature scientists are seated around a conference table. Two live video cameras capture shots of the tableau, alternating between each side of the table, which are then sequenced by computer into an endlessly looping live video. The figures appear on screen, as if endlessly asking each other: “I don’t know, what do ...

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HOW WE MET

Installation with flat-screen display 2004

This sculpture presents the artists, rendered in a series of miniatures, as they meet, reaching for the same suitcase in an airport baggage claim area. Live video cameras feed back still images, which are edited into a looped video sequence and displayed on a wall-mounted flat screen monitor. The work is inspired by the narrative conceit of the 1972 Barbara ...