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She Unlimited TV, Vol. 1 (2-channel version)

Added on: July 24, 2017

Excerpt from VISTAS: Expanded Field of Vision

This one-channel video is an adaptation of a web-based work called VISTAS which can be viewed at
Added on: July 24, 2017

Excerpt from Come As You Are

In Come As You Are, as four actors try on archetypcal soap and sitcom roles during screen tests and are matched in various configurations, we see them slide into well-worn portrayals. In addition, a supporting cast of shared household objects vie for recognition and character-dom. A re-imagined rendition of Nirvana’s Come As You Are allows the actors to bounce out of character, while questioning how much of our personas are genuine versus constructed in the quest to satisfy others.
Added on: July 24, 2017

Excerpted Screen Capture of Face, Porthole, Window, Glovebox.

Face, Porthole, Window, Glovebox. is a web-based work that was created in response to the image below for PARALLELOGRAMS, a project-based site that fosters a dialogue about image interpretation. Curators/organizers Leah Beeferman and Matthew Harvey send images to participating artists who choose one image as a starting point. Go here to view the work online:
Added on: July 24, 2017

Excerpt from Tag Sale Cosmology

Tag Sale Cosmology explores the latent potential of discarded and decorative objects. The title refers to inspiration triggered by items found at tag sales, thrift stores, and flea markets, and in a greater sense, by cultural detritus in general. The pursuit of charmingly useless, peculiarly orphaned, and otherwise obtuse objects has long been a source of influence for me, and this project boils the process down to its root element: the desire to transcend a predetermined purpose. This project has been shown as an interactive installation, in performative screenings, and via html.
Added on: July 24, 2017

Own This

Own This is part of a performative video project depicting a series of abstracted spatial character vignettes that incorporate video, costume, music, and dance. Each segment is the study of a shape or form that obscures, restricts or otherwise defines the body and the inter-relationship of its aural, emotive, and environmental components. Own This is a vignette featuring a floor-length fringed orange hat that’s reminiscent of a jellyfish; its swishing movements grace a menacing obstacle course of household objects. The challenge that each character faces is played out on the screen and on the stage, in a minimal theatrical set that emphasizes the multi-place-ness and multi-space-ness in which we are located. Own This was originally a modular performative project that included 2 video channels. It was also the title of a performance that took place at SOHO20 Gallery in NYC in which this piece was featured.
Added on: July 24, 2017