The Window Window

  Originally, we could “see” our computers, we accessed them through windows. The window of the computer monitor gave way to the window of the browser, which in turn gave way to the boxed image or video. While we often …

Where I Am When I Am Not With You

The geometry of a triangle has three vertices, each culminating in a point that reaches out and away from its two companions. When one point is at the top, a triangle is vaguely phallic, when two points are northerly, it …

The Parthenon in Parts

  The Parthenon was built in 438 BCE and dedicated to the goddess Athena. Meant to be a site of religious devotion and belief, contemporary conversation around the Parthenon often revolves around its architecture  as an enduring symbol of ancient …

Promise of Modernity

People often describe the modern as technological, clean, crisp, efficient. Soaring architecture, steel girders, towering offices. What happens to individual narrative in this space? What about the decentralized individuals who don’t have an entry point to what some think of …

Within and Without

Expanded cinema allows time-based work a way to enter more fully into our analog world. Released from the rectangular screen, we encounter the video in unexpected places. Projecting onto three flat circles suspended in air, this piece explores the world …

Relationship Builder

  Jacques Lacan talks about the concept of an infant’s “mirror stage”. The mirror stage refers to the moment when infants recognize their own reflection – something very few animals can do. This moment of self-recognition is the beginning of …