16mm transfer to HD Video, sound, B + W, trt: 3:09
Shot on location, La Jolla, CA at Scripps Institute of Oceanography
A stop motion film of a performance featuring two men, a bowler hat, the ocean and the sun. Inspired by Rene Magritte.
3 min loop.
I like the Definition to be my statement, having little or no concern for oneself, especially with regard to fame, position, money, etc.
2:16, digital video.
Trailer for Godfrey Reggio's Koyaanisqatsi reconstructed shot-by-shot with modern, watermarked stock footage. A testament to Reggio's influence on contemporary motion photography, and the appropriation of his aesthetic by others for commercial means.
Excerpts from 2011.
Ongoing project involving the escapades of the Tubettini Sisters.
Long Island City.
Production assistance from Vicki Berger and John Farinacci.
with Shawn Thornton & Samantha Jorgensen
HD Video, 5'46.
Mosher Hill Falls Maine Waterfalls.
Rocks covered by painted paper and charcoal, used as props for installation.
Participating artists: Nobutaka Aozaki, Madeline Hollander, Sarah Mattes, Neven Lochhead, Pablo Rasgado, and Jessica Vaughn
Participating artists: Jonathan Berger, Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin, Theaster Gates, Neil Goldberg, Paco Rodriguez, Michelle Grabner and participants of Skowhegan 2015.
Originally projected onto the side of the Saugerties Lighthouse wth ambient sound.
Part of a solo show at Vargas Museum in the Philippines.
in collaboration with musician Zak Boerger.
Animation celebrating Cleveland, Ohio and Spaces Gallery.
Brute Force narrates.
Vectorial animation (Adobe Premiere)
In collaboration with Anna KE.
Movie of computer screen, scrolling though images on iPhoto.
Filmed in Digital-8, edited on DV.
Music: Ren Yun.
Created with the supports of Public Access, Toronto.
Project that depicts in video and photography the collaborative process in which thirteen volunteers were invited to arrange objects on a table.
using pages from Gregory Bateson’s “Metalog: What is an Instinct?”
Produced by Ramdom, Progetto GAP.
Produced for Little Syria Tour, a project comissioned by Edge of Arabia for The Armory Show in March 2015.
Thanks for Karen Hwang.