IDUBNY includes Firehorse and others. Peter Shapiro and myself contributed with projections. Projected mostly on the ceiling while Peter took the screen.
In Memory Remember Me, music and light interact to create an eerie sense of consonance. The piece was inspired by the concept of depersonalization and its relationship to memory loss, both as a psychological symptom and metaphorical condition. “I want to haunt the room like a ghost,” Braxton says. Memory Remember Me is a site-specific…
DROID (timelapse) Did a dual projector installation for two sets with DROID.
6 minutes 20 seconds. Music by Secret Agent Gel.
With Giles Hendrix, Dan Vatsky, Josh Goldberg, and Seej. Live camera/computer silhouette projections and manipulations using home-made rear projection screen.
Seej projector installation. Materials: Slide projector, motors, mirrors, digital projector, camera. Description: Spinning slide projector and motor flash patterns across a projection surface, interrupting a feedback loop using a camera and digital projector. The resultant interruption of the spinning slide projector’s two rotating axis creates feedback brushstrokes reminiscent of t a tilt-a-whirl’s motions. La Superette…
Burning Man New York’s big annual party. Projections by seej. Using a hand-made rear projection screen and a stage, I projected footage from the playa over dancers in front of the projector. Timelapse from the event:
Hear with your eyes. Observe with your ears. That’s the basic theme of the program Red (an orchestra) will present Saturday at Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland. “Image/Sound/Image” will find artistic director Jonathan Sheffer and company performing two works drawn from film scores, Sheffer’s own “On Valentine’s Day” and John Corigliano’s “The Red Violin” Suite, before…
New Museum with Lovid, Moto and Seej. For the release of Lovid’s DVD, Moto and Seej projected in the lobby.
Wall light sculpture using 16 LED/motor rotation devices with mylar interference. The piece generates moving color and pattern. Installed as part of the Project|On show at Naked Duck Gallery in Brooklyn.