Spencer's Hayrake is a Rusted Relic

Spencer's Hayrake is a Rusted Relic

2010

Two channel slide projection

Digital C-Print of installation

20 x 30 inches

From My Time, to Your Time

From My Time, to Your Time

2010

Digital C-Print of installation

Single channel Projectiongram

20 x 30 inches

Six Months From Now (Winter, from Summer)

Six Months From Now (Winter, from Summer)

2009

Single-Channel Projectiongram, Digital C-Print

20 x 30 inches

This walnut tree is one of the last reminders of my great Uncle Spencer's orchard.  It is diseased and slowly dying.  The projected image is taken from the previous winter, creating a kind of temporal portrait, offset by a period of six months.

This photograph compresses an elaborate sixty-second choreography into a single image.  I strategically project slides into the landscape and document the result through time-lapse photography.  During the extended-exposure, I move through the frame with a white screen, creating a kinetic projection surface to capture and reflect parts of the projection as it travels through space.  I refer to the resulting image as projectiongram.

Six Months From Now (Summer from Winter)

Six Months From Now (Summer from Winter)

2010

Single-Channel Projectiongram, Digital C-Print

20 x 30 inches

This walnut tree is one of the last reminders of my great Uncle Spencer's orchard.  It is diseased and slowly dying.  The projected image is taken from the previous winter, creating a kind of temporal portrait, offset by a period of six months.

This photograph compresses an elaborate sixty-second choreography into a single image.  I strategically project slides into the landscape and document the result through time-lapse photography.  During the extended-exposure, I move through the frame with a white screen, creating a kinetic projection surface to capture and reflect parts of the projection as it travels through space.  I refer to the resulting image as projectiongram.

Circles Describing a Cone (After Anthony McCall)

Circles Describing a Cone (After Anthony McCall)

2007

Single-Channel Projectiongram, Digital C-Print

20 x 30 inches

This image is created by projecting an unfilled circle, forming a cone of light traveling down the hallway and striking the front door.  During the 90-second exposure I intersect the projection at four successive points with a narrow white screen and finally walk through the open door into the main bedroom.

Circles Describing a Cone (After Anthony McCall)

Circles Describing a Cone (After Anthony McCall)

2010

Single-Channel Projectiongram, Digital C-Print

20 x 30 inches

This image is a projectiongram of a projectiongram.  First the projectiongram from 2007 is rear projected directly in front of the camera, then image and screen removed, allowing the background to "burn-in" for thirty seconds.  The hallway had been painted over and redecorated in the intervening time.

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