This installation project used sculpture, drawing and an interactive video projection to create an imagined landscape. The interactive video projection depicted organic forms slowly moving across a barren landscape. Flocks of birds moving in the video create a sense of scale as the forms endlessly march left to right, emitting drone sounds as they move. The birds react to the location of the viewer in the gallery when they are detected by motion sensors.
Five 3D printed nylon sculptures appear to be fossils of organisms and were mounted to one wall of the room. Another wall was covered with eight drawings pinned up in a grid arrangement. The drawings on paper were based on an algorithmically generated computer model, as are all of the images and sculptures.
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format: HD, length: infinite looping, media: graphite on paper, 3D printed nylon, mac-mini, LCD projection, 2 channel sound; completed: 2010