Video & Performance
Film, video, and performances about technology, history, the supply chain, spiritual resilience. Often using the genre of speculative fiction, these works use humor and physicality to reflect on the absurdity of our world.
Omnesia (Omni + amnesia), a fictional media conglomerate has massive control over the lives of ordinary people. Aspen Van Der Baas, a gen-something girlboss, and Jordie, her techie right hand render this world in a dark but silly satire as they attempt to dislocate the people in New Greater Framingham with assistance from their AI, Silvy. . . .
FINDING BELIEF IN LIFE AGAIN
A pandemic audio essay about connecting to spirit through nature. Commissioned by Kunsthall Stavanger.
THE GLASS EYE
The Glass Eye is a campy sci-fi noir about a woman who gets deleted by her corporate investors after they acquire her project The Catalogue of Human Emotions.
Animal Static is comprised of 8 short videos, exhibited in 3 interactive channels activated by motion sensor. The central narrative revolves around a fictional beverage chain, Ice + Cream and the economy of “content cards,” small portable units of video currency replacing credit cards. In these vignettes. . . .
Focacciatown: Reloaded revisits the nuclear family that is the seat of power of the fast-casual-bakery-chain-turned-military-base. Arial Black, mother is chief of marketing and media operations, her husband Antoine Anton Antwon Jenkins is a military general, and their daughter Brioche (Bree-AH-shee) is a social media starlet. . . .
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