The observer, when he seems to himself to be observing a stone, is really, if physics is to be believed, observing the effects of the stone upon himself Bertrand Russell
In collaboration with Justin Gaussoin.
An experiment using infra-red technology (Kinect) and code (C++) to project fantastical versions of oneself. Exhibited at the University of Oregon’s White Box in 20131 and at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in 2014.
As part of the ruffle exhibition at Oregon’s White Box ruffle is an exhibition by a group of women from varied backgrounds across the art and design spectrum that have practices based in Portland, Oregon. This exhibition presents inventive and critical inquiry through a variety of creative platforms. The word ruffle was chosen as a cohesive variable, facilitating a united exploration. The collection of works highlight the array a single subject can take on when opened up to collaborative thought and analysis. Presenting this will showcase diversity and the value of cross-disciplinary insight.↩