Digital technologies are used to capture light in nature and displace moments in time.
Digital video footage of light reflecting off of water is projected inside an obelisk. The geometry of the monolith stretches and distorts the light.
A 20 foot diameter, 12 foot tall geodesic dome acts as the interface to digital video of the textures and colors of light reflecting off the surface of water in nature.
A small universe is created when digital video footage of light reflecting off of water is projected onto weather balloons inflated to seven feet in diameter
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
hydrodome (phase 1: Hanford Reach) 2015 wood, fabric, hardware, digital media 90" x 194" x 96" This is a segment of a full twenty (20) foot diameter geodesic dome conceived and constructed to act as a projection screen for digital video and analogue d…
Audio and video footage collected at Lake Celilo on the Columbia River in Oregon is projected from opposite sides of the gallery through a series of fabric scrims. The videos pass through one another along the way.
Four weather balloons are transformed into planets when video footage of light dancing across water is projected onto their surfaces.
Digital video footage shot at various locations along the Sunnyside Canal in Yakima County, WA are projected onto an inflated weather balloon. A microcosm creates an entire planet.