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Work

Golden Belt, 2016
For this exhibition, only the second to be held in The Carrack’s new location in east Durham, North Carolina, we invited neighborhood residents, or anyone with a connection to the area’s history, to bring objects that have some story to tell about how the area has changed over time. More…


Walking the Years (Santa Fe), 2015
Created for the Currents New Media Festival, Walking the Years (Santa Fe) is an interactive, site-specific video installation that will allow pedestrians to uncover the changing nature of this particular patch of Santa Fe terrain, starting from the present day and extending into the remote past. More…


ford_thumbThe Ford Folly, 2014-2016
A collaboration with Seth Ellis, The Ford Folly is an interactive installation that uses reproductions of significant objects (selected from the toolkit that accompanied the Model T ) to reveal the often contradictory narratives pulled from the history of a specific place, Dearborn, Michigan. More…


chat_thumbTwo Million, One Hundred Thirty Thousand, Four Hundred and Eighty Paces, 2014
A collaborative project with Ruby Wescoat. Created for Open Spaces in Chattanooga, TN. More…


Zap No Zap, 2014
Real-time text-based animation created to accompany the live performance of Zap No Zap, a composition for saxophone duet by Laurent Estoppey. Performed by Laurent Estoppey and Steve Stusek. More…


aiop_thumbWalking the Years (Greensboro), 2013
Created for the 2013 Art in Odd Places Festival, this interactive video projection allows pedestrians to uncover the landscape of Greensboro, North Carolina from the present day to the distant past. More…


ct_thumbStanding/Talking There (Greensboro), 2013
Standing/Talking There (Greensboro) is a collaborative project featuring video cityscapes and interviews from downtown Greensboro, collected by UNC Greensboro Foundations Art students. More…


toile_thumbToile de Son, 2013 Multimedia performance in Pully, Switzerland with 1 + 1 (Laurent Estoppey and Anne Gillot.) More…


Standing There (Raleigh), 2012
Standing There (Raleigh) is a collaborative project featuring video and physical samples from the Raleigh area, collected by Meredith College students and faculty. More…


Long Fetch II, 2012
The movement of waves in video footage recorded at the Atlantic and Pacific shorelines transmits that information to a pair of automated vertical blinds. More…


Yggdrasil, 2011
A webcam feed of a sapling is fed into software that drives a larger image of trees blowing in the wind composited from YouTube videos. More…


Long Fetch, 2009
Recorded video images of the surf culled from various Internet sources around the world feed wave data to a customized set of venetian blinds. More…


Tidings of Great Things, 2009
Tidings of Great Things is an interactive video/sound installation that places the viewer at the meeting of land and water in a time of rising sea levels. More…


Globequilting, 2007
Globequilting is a single video projection that uses webcam technology and a standard internet browser to stitch together live views of the sky from over 100 locations across the planet. More…


Atlantic Flyways, 2007
This series of videos traces the great Atlantic Flyway, the seasonal migration route
that attracts both millions of birds and thousands of birders. More…


The Isthmus of Kansas, 2007
The Isthmus of Kansas combines recorded footage from the Pacific Coast of California and the Atlantic Coast of teh Carolinas into a single image foreshadowing a future of rising sea levels and a shrinking American landmass. More…


Skyquilting, 2005
Snippets of sky from over forty webcams across the continental U.S. are arranged in geographic order in a quiltlike grid. More…


Hudson River Sampler, 2004
This was a two channel video installation that projected footage from the source and terminus of the Hudson River watershed onto the opaqued mirrors of the gallery’s restrooms. More…


You Are Here, 2004
This commissioned installation was inspired by the topography of the Hudson-Mohawk region. More…


Wish You Were (not) Here, 2004
This rack of 80 custom postcards features snapshots from a pre-industrial or post-apocalyptic America, with all signs of human activity erased. More…


Looking Out II, 2004
This room-sized installation stitches together 35 webcams from the borders of the US to create a panoramic realtime view over the ramparts of the country. More…


Augury, 2003
These were the first of a series of monoprints and videos that traced the paths of birds flying overhead. More…


From Albany to the Adirondacks, 2002
In From Albany to the Adirondacks, I imagined a dashed line from my new location, my studio, to a distant peak in the mountains. More…

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