Encodings in Time and Space is an immersive, large-scale installation influenced by gravitational physics, information theory, ice mechanics, and city street lamp design. It presents a post-minimalist reimagining of a nighttime boulevard punctuated by street lamps illuminating the path... [more]
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Pushing the Envelope: ADSR was a collaborative, multi-media art show that I had the pleasure of curating... [more]
The Invisible Fury is a digital interface comprised of stories from people that have experienced cancer. Using collected video, archival material from the 1900’s, conversations from digital forums, and found footage, the Invisible Fury is presented in the form of an interactive documentary. The... [more]
The Roda de Video is an interactive video installation that invites viewers to mix video and still images in rhythm. The work was created during a series of participatory video workshops with youth in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Like many artists, I have spent a lot of time in bars working and drinking. This was my first show after earning my first MFA. It was also post 9/11, after the first dot com crash, and at the beginning of the second Iraq war, so needless to say, it was a disappointing time for many. The title... [more]
Morse Camera, Fall 2011
A super 8 camera modified with a solenoid to over expose film when a telegraph key is pressed. The key can be pressed in long and short sequences to overexpose portions of the film to read as the Morse code language.
Matthew Jamieson is an artist-cartographer engaged in promoting ecological awareness and community action. Matthew has a background in planning and geospatial technology, and has journeyed from Florida's National Wildlife Refuges to New York City Parks.
Settler colonialism, genocide, and imperialism included are often normalized in U.S. ideologies. Shift, Indian Country’s Changing Landscape offers a reversal of those ideologies into decolonial data-visualizations. Data of and from the Indigenous peoples of the area now known as the U.S.... [more]
Is a composition of pollen grains in 3D and flowers from Andean mountains. The pictures where part of "Lluvia de Polen" installation. A collaboration between Holly Findlater & Catalina Giraldo.
Fees and tuition for public higher education in the state of California have been increasing at record rates. Last Spring, in response to the unjustifiable fee increases, a UCSC students created a print of a modified University of California seal addressing the issue, subtly replacing... [more]
Miki Yamada Foster’s Feminist Craft Corner is a public access television show and an installation of collaborative Do-It-Yourself (DIY) experiments in crafting and technology. The public access show invites the audience to question their assumptions about how we speak about technology... [more]
Installation | group adventure by Daniel Christopher with Ace Levenberg, Aidan Seine, and Levi Goldman
Journey Though Light is an interactive, social art experience. Participants with glowing orbs move about a landscape of dispersed sculptures, activating... [more]
How can one clumsy, depressed space cadet save a whole planet after he accidentally destroyed his own? In this text-based science fiction adventure game, the player uses their keyboard to guide our misfit hero, Irvine Quik, through disaster and an alien culture on a quest to rescue a severely... [more]
Vocal Landscaping is a voice interactive sound installation modeled upon modal intoning paradigms common throughout the Renaissance. Vocal Landscaping explores how machine listening might be utilized to cultivate the uniquely embodied voice while challenging conventions of passive... [more]
The Ghost of History explores how the embodiment of memory in networked media influences how histories are re-inscribed onto themselves. This project creates an immersive digital cinema composed entirely of appropriated web content, re/assembled as animated loops, and remixed in real-time by the... [more]
Lindsay Kelley's Starvation Seeds offers a quiet meditation on sustenance and loss. Often called "starvation nuts," the protein-rich seeds of the piñon tree have long been a staple food in New Mexico and Arizona. Kelley's greenhouse installation explores how the piñon interfaces with a... [more]
“the other(ing)” is an interactive, improvisational play & installation which utilizes, questions & subverts the roles of the self & the “other” in the present & future context of human relations within an eroding “natural” world & an overwhelmingly decentralized domain ---... [more]