Selected work from the last several years. Click on the title to see detailed information, including video documentation, image galleries, etc. If a Project URL is included, that will take you to a separate website dedicated to the artwork.
Concrete Entanglements is a Virtual Reality work created in collaboration with Seniors from the class of 2017 in the Art and Technology Program at the University of Florida.
The participant... read more
Grant yourself the ability to throw the proverbial chair at the system! It feels good, momentarily, but in reality our systems are designed to be relief valves that maintain the status quo.
Pieces of WestFAILia is an Augmented Reality work that is part of a larger body called the WestFAILia project. It was created to participate in Kristin Lucas’ Dance with FlARmingos project as part... read more
Documentation of an augmented reality piece exhibited as part of Dance with flARmingos curated by Kristin Lucas at Gallery Protocol, Sept 11 - Oct 23, 2015. Kristin Lucas with additional works by... read more
The digital cinema installation, Augenblick, addresses the grammatization of omniscience. In content, form and method, the work considers the transformation of Western metaphysics from a theology... read more
The digital cinema installation, entitled [i]Mandalation, [/i]was proposed to represent and supplement the translational practice performed in the Center for Translational Research Building at the... read more
An [url=http://emeragency.electracy.org]emerAgency[/url] "konsult" in the form of a dual-channel video installation driven by a... read more
Maintaining Appearances is a dual channel video installation that investigates the conditions and effects of the collapse of the single-family housing market in the United States. Most experts... read more
Open House was a networked installation that allowed guests from around the world to remotely control physical aspects of a "distressed" house in Gainesville, Florida.
From July 2010 to... read more
An installation that consumes spectators and processes their image.