Proposal for “A Stone in the Heart Sometimes” Video Installation, 2008
True Confessions of a Dyke’s Daughter, 2 channel video installation, Vietnam Veteran’s Art Museum, Chicago, 2005. Excerpt of “True Confessions of a Dyke’s Daughter”, Video Installation, 2005
Excerpt from “Cake Mix”, 2003 In this experimental video, the camera is placed inside an American diner-style revolving cake display. As the foreground focuses on the texture and colors of the cakes, the background rotates from scenes inside the diner to outside the windows. Keeping with the idea of spinning, […]
Excerpt from “Talking to Myself”, 2006 In this video, artists of various disciplines are brought into a room with a video camera and asked the question, “What do you need to tell yourself the most?” In this confession-like scenario, the artist reveals aspects of their personalities for the camera with […]
Humbolt Park Thrill Party, Chicago, The Shelias, movement piece, choreographed by Ania Greiner, 2003
Columbia College Television Studio, Chicago, After Baldessari, live, collaborative chroma-key video performance, 2003
Athenaeum Theater, Chicago, Fluxcore Art Collaborative Show, SurFace, video and movement performance, 2004
The viewer enters a room hung with walls of white spandex, hearing sounds of tinny voices and a floor being swept. Four internally lit columns holding masses of white doughy looking material stand between the walls. In the middle of this “maze”, two circular shaped video projections of hands are […]
Birds of Passage, site-specific performance collaborative with Jennifer Monson’s BirdBrain Dance with Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago 2004. Part of a performance class taught by Joan Dickinson in the Interdisciplinary Arts Department at Columbia College Chicago.
Fortune Cookie, solo performance, Stage Left Theatre, Chicago, 2003. Fortune Cookie, solo performance, Stage Left Theatre, Chicago,2003
This sculptural installation inspired by the landscape of Northeastern Scotland and the ritual of Tibetan monks’ sand mandala paintings. The piece was created from discarded planar objects found in abandoned grist mills in Lumsden, Scotland. Each object was re-painted in a one solid bright color and placed on posts with hinges, to resemble swinging gates. They were then installed in a farmer’s field in a spiral pattern, surrounded by local gorse flowers. The entire installation went up in one day and scheduled to be taken down on the following day.
Gate Spiral, site-specific sculptural installation, Lumsden, Scotland, 2000.