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My dad died in 1994; my mother in 2005. Each had a cache of unlabeled home movies, for which I invited storytellers create narratives.
No Matter is an installation of “imaginary objects” made both in Second Life and physical space.
Video of a light bulb with pull-strings is displayed on two small black-and-white monitors.
I ask a stranger if I can take photograph and instead I record video with my digital camera.
Paradise Ahead is a print and performance series that blurs the line between document and event in Second Life.
This video/photographic installation recreates the lost Apollo 11 moon landing tapes.
Tile Project is an exploration into "social currency".
2 x 2 portrays the psychology of online social networks such as MySpace, Friendster and Second Life as a participatory sculptural installation.
Every shot from Stolen Moments was surreptitiously acquired from public computers at a prominent art school in the Midwest.
Future Memories compiles the "in-between" shots from Hollywood movies into a loose narrative video series.