An institutional bed with medical restraints and the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous printed on the bed sheets.
Office examines the way we use technology to avoid the interpersonal relationships in our lives. The monologue of the seated figure is split between the computer screen and the face of the figure. The sound of typing keys is intermittent … Read More
A viewer sits in the chair and hears bacon frying, trains passing, and an elderly woman’s voice. The smell of cooking bacon is wafting through the window. By sitting the viewer activates a projector behind him, showing others in the … Read More
Undergraduate Thesis project for Wesleyan University In this project I attempted to express emotion through reduced geometric forms. The forms were designed on the computer, animated and distributed through the web, as well as in large steel form in the … Read More
A mockup of a skydiving airplane becomes a window ledge as the viewer sits. Video of jumping/skydiving is projected on the floor of the plane
A dining room table and chairs with objects attached to the underside. One side has a leather bondage mask, a small whip, and pornographic magazines. The other has two flasks of alcohol and an Al-Anon book.
Open the medicine cabinet and the video begins. The back of the cabinet shows me taking pills from that same cabinet. The audio voiceover discusses family history of mental illness, and how that forced me to rethink my identity as … Read More
Commissioned by New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for the turbulence.org web site, byProxy explored issues of communication speed vs. accuracy. In this work, viewers used a virtual 3D environment to determine what was said on their behalf into a … Read More