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Video clip [click on arrow]: from Lament for a Lost Bird Song, in progress, CGI. 40-second clip from a 3-minute video in Birdsong installation — in progress (2022).

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Proposal sketch for part 1 of Birdsong (2022). Sounds of local birds play continuously. Lights raise and lower every 10 minutes when video illuminates one wall for 3 minutes with singing mouse.

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Audio [click on arrow]: Birdsong  (2022), part 2 proposal: mockingbirds in the park mimic the extinct bird's call.


Mockup: Sabina in the Afterworld (2023) Oratorio with animated projections, live chorus, and cello quartet.


Installation shot from 2019 What Does She See When She Shuts Her Eyes. 2-Channel video with sound, plus sculptures. Collaboration with Sabina Ott (1955-2018), who died in the middle of planning the exhibition.

Video [click on arrow]: 3-minute simulation of 2019 installation in Chicago and Hawick, Scotland of What Does She See When She Shuts Her Eyes . Collaboration with Sabina Ott on the theme of her impending death from cancer. Simulation showing the action across two screens with viewer at center. Sound: A.J.McClenon; haiku: Stephanie Barber.

Video [click on arrow]: 1-minute excerpt of Mishap (2011) 3-channel looping video installation.


Video still: Catalogue Vol.3, (2017, Digital, CGI, 02:43). Third in a series of thirteen films on the topic of the RH mercantile catalogue.


Film still from Catalogue Volume 10, (2017, Digital video and 16mm film, color and B&W, sound, 05:40). Text from George Perec's "Things: a Novel of the Sixties"


Still from Catalogue Vol.6 (2016, 11:30, B&W, sound, 16mm film on digital scan) Shot using the RH “Interiors” catalogue while audio from a horror movie played in the studio. The film clips were then organized as a tour through the rooms of a house: foyer, living room, dining room, kitchen, study, bath, ending at the bedroom.

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