Totemic Persona, a video and image work for Art in the Loop, was installed today on the KC Streetcar line. A large vinyl image appears on the Metro Center northbound stop at 12th and Main in downtown Kansas City. There are also printed images inside car 802. Video clips play on all KC Streetcar kiosks every 15 minutes.
Totemic Persona, a video created for the WEHO Art on the Outside program curated by Jessica Rich, is now on view on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood. The two-channel work was created with help from UMKC Studio Art students and will be on view until April 30. A modified version of the work will be accessible on the informational kiosks for the KC Streetcar beginning May 1.
(photo by Aaron Maclachlan)
My newest solo exhibition, Fragments of Space, opened last night at Walter Maciel Gallery in Los Angeles. The exhibition includes five new video animations, four photographs from The Janus Restraint project, an audio sculpture, and a new video object. Soundscapes in the exhibition are provided by VUM and Ricky Allman. The exhibition is on view through August 20.
Installation views and short video excerpts can be viewed on my Vimeo site.
I’m currently prepping new and old work for two exhibitions in Seoul happening at the end of November. One will include works from The Janus Restraint in a solo exhibition at the Kyung Hee University Museum of Art and the other will be a selection of older video animations shown in a solo project booth at Art Edition represented by Chunwoo Nam of PARC.
Here’s an installation shot of The Surveyor (2014), one of the short films from The Janus Restraint, shown at the Secret Places video festival, curated by Maureen Bachaus at Museum Romeinse Katakomben in Valkneburg, The Netherlands. The festival was screened in the museum’s underground labyrinth during the last week of October.
The Surveyor (2014), one of the short films from The Janus Restraint, will be included in the Secret Places video festival, curated by Maureen Bachaus at Museum Romeinse Katakomben in Valkneburg, The Netherlands. The festival will be screened in the museum’s underground labyrinth during the last week of October.
A newly remastered version of Treebeasties (1) will be featured in the group exhibition Intimate Riot, curated by Peregrine Honig. The exhibition will be on view in the Rocky and Gabriella Mountain Gallery at the Kansas City Central Library beginning October 10, with a special reception on October 14.