Tower Epoch at STEAM

The installation, Tower Epoch, part of the STEAM (Stem+Arts=Steam) exhibit at ArtsWestchester, is on view from May 20 – August 16, 2014. Artist Reception: May 10, 2-4pm. This exhibition explores the intersections of science, technology, engineering, math and creativity. Inspired by the STEM to STEAM dialogue in education, this exhibition presents artists using the interdisciplinary …

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837 Washington Timelapse

Solar timelapse installation Sean McIntyre and I built, which recorded the construction of 837 Washington in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. Images were transmitted over 4G to a server. The client was Taconic Investment, and ran flawlessly for two years off of the sun. Setup

Six Days West

Sept. 10 until Nov. 8 (reception Sept. 17) The time art piece, “Six Days West” is in a group show titled, “Natural Histories” at a new gallery in Dumbo, Central Booking. Curated by Maddy Rosenberg, Central Booking is a new gallery focusing on book arts and mixed-media. Six Days West is a week condensed to …

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Fine Diving 004

Grand Ferry Park, Williamsburg, Brooklyn 2PM-10PM Experimentally-minded music and art – exploring the relationships between the concert hall and the dance floor, the austere and the lush, the hypnotic and the startling. I’ll be creating some sun-reflection timelapse recordings, then in the evening, projecting these in incidental spaces in the park. Bryan Teoh Burchan Acar …

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Heptagon Heliograph Strategies

(part of EMERGENCE, on Governor’s Island) OPENING SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2008 “Heptagon Heliograph Strategies”, on Governor’s Island; summer 2008. May 31st – July 26th Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am-6pm 200 lbs of broken mirror, seven non-broken mirrors, a camera, and a projector. GOVERNORS ISLAND FERRY SCHEDULE EMERGENCE website Gothamist article Map to historic building 14, …

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Tonic open, Tonic close

Timelapse recording from across the street at Tonic in NYC. The first week is the last week Tonic was open; the second week is the first week Tonic was permanently closed. Full version runs 43 minutes. Below is an excerpt from the full movie.


This two channel piece was shot the entire train route from New York City to Montreal facing East. The return trip from Montreal to New York City was shot facing west. The west view is reversed and aligned to the east shot’s landmarks, creating a texture of the route between the two cities looking east …

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