public art

Site-specific digital video installations inspired by place and time.

 

digital video public art installation created for Wailuku, Maui, Hawai'i with funding from Small Town * Big Art

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bab | 2018 | single-channel digital video projection

 

jelliz | 2018 | single-channel digital video projection

 

Digital video footage of light reflecting off of water is projected inside an obelisk. The geometry of the monolith stretches and distorts the light.

 

"patchwork" was conceived and designed to be displayed at Main Street Quilting Company in Bozeman, Montana as a part of Mountain Time Arts' "Upstream" site-specific art installation exhibition.

 

Site-specific re-creation of the stained glass windows of a former church using digital video footage of light reflecting off of water in nature. All the footage was gathered in the areas near the church.

 

Digital video footage of light reflecting off of water in nature is combined to create living, moving stained glass windows.

 

Barn Quilt- Heavenly Star 2016 108" x 108" canvas, rope, clothespins, digital media (8:20 loop) Light from the sun takes approximately 500 seconds (or 8 minutes 20 seconds) to travel to Earth. This site-specific digital video projection uses a "he…

 

Digital video footage of the textures of water in the Puget Sound are projected onto sheer fabric sheets flowing in the breeze. This project was conceived for the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park.

 

2015 | 84" x 120" x 108" | wood, electronics, Plexiglas, metal, fabric, light

 

Four weather balloons are transformed into planets when video footage of light dancing across water is projected onto their surfaces.

 

Digital video footage of the natural environment and cultivated nature in the Yakima Valley was projected onto 6 buildings historic or culturally significant in downtown Yakima, Washington on Jan 3, 2014.