Source 2, 2011

Source 2, 2011

Inkjet print, carbon, and beeswax

40 x 27 x 2.5

Source 1, 2011

Source 1, 2011

Inkjet print, carbon, and beeswax

40 x 27 x 2.5

 

Installation view

Installation view

Albright -Knox Art Gallery October 21, 2011-January 29, 2012
Organized by Curator Heather Pesanti for the Gallery of New Media

A Disappearance of the Source features works related to virocode’s “Evolving Moisture” series, in which the artists utilize high-speed cameras to explore science, motion, and time through the movement of gases and liquids, including the rapid and potentially explosive expansion of energy.

Installation View

Installation View

Albright -Knox Art Gallery October 21, 2011-January 29, 2012
Organized by Curator Heather Pesanti for the Gallery of New Media

A Disappearance of the Source features works related to virocode’s “Evolving Moisture” series, in which the artists utilize high-speed cameras to explore science, motion, and time through the movement of gases and liquids, including the rapid and potentially explosive expansion of energy.

The Simple Act of Observing, 2011

single-channel video projection with sound

Running time: 6 minutes

Source 8, 2011

Source 8, 2011

Inkjet print, carbon, and beeswax

40 x 27 x 2.5

Source 4, 2011

Source 4, 2011

Inkjet print, carbon, and beeswax

40 x 27 x 2.5

Installation view

Installation view

Albright -Knox Art Gallery October 21, 2011-January 29, 2012
Organized by Curator Heather Pesanti for the Gallery of New Media

A Disappearance of the Source features works related to virocode’s “Evolving Moisture” series, in which the artists utilize high-speed cameras to explore science, motion, and time through the movement of gases and liquids, including the rapid and potentially explosive expansion of energy.

installation view

installation view

Albright -Knox Art Gallery October 21, 2011-January 29, 2012
Organized by Curator Heather Pesanti for the Gallery of New Media

A Disappearance of the Source features works related to virocode’s “Evolving Moisture” series, in which the artists utilize high-speed cameras to explore science, motion, and time through the movement of gases and liquids, including the rapid and potentially explosive expansion of energy.

source, 2011

source, 2011

 

Inkjet print, carbon, and beeswax

40 x 27 x 2.5