Candela

I helped create this installation for Andrew Ratcliff in Long Island City, Queens. This is year round permanent installation, turning on at sunset. Read more at Candela.nyc (photo by: Beyti Barbaros)

Ab Uno Pluribus March 2017

Projections refracted off of eight separate mirrors were improvised on with three musicians for this regular audio video series. March 2017 session – 3/25/2017 – 7 PM EST – $10 Saturday @ The Three Jewels NYC 61 4th Ave, 3rd floor (btw E9th St. & E10th St.) New York, NY 10003 RANJIT BHATNAGAR [self-made instruments] RICHARD…

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Fat Friday Benefit

Sofy Yuditskaya and I rocked the projections for this annual benefit supporting activist legal defense lawyer Wylie Stecklow. This took place in the Lower East Side at Angel Orensanz. Fatfriday Benefit 2017 from Chris Jay on Vimeo. Photo by Stephen Olker

A Long Day in a Bad Shirt

I helped with live video at Dixon Place for Jamie Leo‘s production “A Long Day in a Bad Shirt (Dispose of Properly)”.We use an iphone and a face-swap app, layered with Jamie’s designs and content. A Long Day in a Bad Shirt Dixon Place Wed Sept 7 7:30ET 161A Christie St NYC 10002

Ω▽OHMSLICE

Projecting with Ω▽OSLICE at Soundance space in Williamsburg 281 North 7th Street (buzzer 7) Williamsburg, Brooklyn Beer and wine! Also on the bill is The Dream Lovers with slides by Dan Efram, Vanessa Paige (dance), and more.

Reflections at Cadence 23

Interactive installation at Cadence 23, a warehouse space in Queens. This is a reflecting pool of waves across a triangle screen, where visitors are welcome to interact with the water, creating patterns of light and movement. The installation is part of the group art/performance month titled “Cadence 23”. Facebook info Cadence 23 is a convergence…

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You are so Luck Halloween in Yonkers

I created and installed lighting for the You Are So Lucky halloween event at Alder Manor in Yonkers, with the help of many friends including Nina(T-bone), Jeannie Angel, and Sam Zimmerman. Photos in Gothamist by Todd Seelie