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STATEMENT OF WORKI work with video, installation, sound and photography to investigate context. My installations and audio works unite physical and time-based elements and make use of the spatial qualities within video and audio. I am engaged in an investigation of how the use of recorded media within actual space can invite viewers into visceral three-dimensional time-based experiences that encourage reflection and provoke thought. How such presented experiences can resonate in relation to shared cultural experience is of great interest to me.
I use an economy of means to focus on the everyday. COZY ROOM: four arguments for the elimination of television six walks in the fictional woods numbers in the dark makes use of scavenged televisions, each covered with fitted canvas cover (cozy) to create a field of mediated moments that is walked through. Petal Light, the video projection in the installation, re-presents a moment from life: spring buds in a tree changing color by the reflected light of a traffic signal.
An Object That Can Be Moved uses cardboard boxes and other materials both in the four videos found in the installation and in the actual installation space in order to connect the viewer to the recordings. In the videos, participants carry out a series of choreographed actions: everyday movements such as picking up a box and moving it in a certain direction, to a certain position. Orchestrated takes are inter-cut with periods of direction, discussion, and set preparations. Layers of reference unfold through experience of the piece. Shot in an abandoned New York Times collating center, the warehouse location of the video shoot relates to the warehouse basement installation site at the Sculpture Center. A NYT newspaper print of an article titled