Performance with installation of live feed through three projectors.
A performance for an audience who must find a place to sit or stand in a room covered by projected image, coming from a live feed of the speaking performer, and a slowly moving line that covers the room.
Line Performance, 2017
Live performance with projection-mapped video
A performer finds herself alone in a room of projected white light, and is surprised to find a slow moving black line appear. She attempts to follow its path and interact with it playfully, but it becomes aggressive and eventually leaves her alone where she started.
Nov 9, 2016.
Outdoor/indoor installation at 205 Hudson Street with video on continuous loop.
Bright white text projected onto the shade of a studio window at 205 Hudson Street, visible from the street at night. Displayed in variations on November 9th, 2017 and on November 11th, 2017 during Hunter Open Studios. The text offers a disjointed, alternately specific, vague, and personal account of the day after the 2016 presidential election.
Hey You, 2017
Live performance and installation at the NYU Gallery 80 WSE Broadway Windows at 10th Street and Broadway, New York, NY.
Two projections on papered-over windows at the northwest corner 10th and Broadway Facing 10th street. On one side live text encourages passersby to stop and chat with a bodiless voice. The projected light reveals the shadow of a tripod and camera, pointed out to the street through a hole in the paper. A live feed from the camera plays on the other window showing the camera’s attempts to auto-focus on faces.