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.
This is an architectural sound installation, which plays voicemails of men who are using online services to find a long-term girlfriend.
Handwork is a single-channel affective video projection of the artist as he attempts to learn to crochet.
Embedded in a business traveler's briefcase is a black and white monitor, which plays video of a crudely constructed explosive.
Sometimes I Feel
A small black-and-white video monitor is embedded in a common plastic gasoline can.
Keep It Together
This installation is a human-sized stack of cinderblocks with a disembodied black-and-white monitor placed at hand level inside the tower.
Gun Control is an electromechanical installation, which explores underlying issues of both security and surveillance.
Simon Says is a modified electronics piece, which explores how language and expressions are used.