between [x and y] is an installation that consumes spectators and processes their image. As viewers circulate the institution, their gaze is captured and saved in a database. Their eyes are procedurally extracted and projected on the wall.
Work from 2010 to present.
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.
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 agree, and history will verify, that the housing collapse of 2007/2008, which caused an unprecedented rash of foreclosures and bankruptcies, was the result of artificially inflated property values created by the unmitigated greed of the housing/financial sector of the economy.
An EmerAgency "konsult" in the form of a dual-channel video installation driven by a custom multi-touch table. Performing as a quasi-corporate consultancy, the Florida Research Ensemble (FRE) looked at the Cabot-Koppers EPA Superfund site and made public-policy recommendations alternative to the scientific, governmental or corporate positions to which we are accustomed.
The digital cinema installation, entitled Mandalation was proposed to represent and supplement the translational practice performed in the Center for Translational Research Building at the University of Florida. Ultimately the project was not funded, but it provided an excellent foundation to consider art practice in the form of Konsult.
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 of divine oversight to a technology of ubiquitous surveillance. The implication is that responsibility for oversight is now immanent.
Public News Network D3 Sentiment research was performed during the Summer of 2015. Since 2003 I have been recording the major network evening news television broadcast. Depending on availability, networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS and FOX were recorded and a custom application I wrote in Java was utilized to extract FCC required transcript data.
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 of the Queen’s International Exhibition at the Queens Museum, New York, in 2016.
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.
Documentation of an augmented reality piece exhibited as part of Dances with flARmingos curated by Kristin Lucas at Gallery Protocol, Sept 11 - Oct 23, 2015. Kristin Lucas with additional works by Eteam, Peter Baldes, Shamus Clisset, Ben Coonley, Brenna Murphy, Eva Papamargariti, Will Pappenheimer, Mark Skwarek, Jack Stenner, and Giselle Zatonyl.
algal muscle bloom
myth conflation balloon
heroes breath disaster