Video projections, digital prints on vellum
44" x 36"
This piece is made up of two videos projected from two projectors onto opposite sides of a centered screen. The screen is suspended in the air by thread and is made out of three layers of frosted vellum pressed together. One of the sheets is printed from edge to edge with an image of a landscape. Another sheet is printed with a small square landscape image centered in the middle. The projections play on both sides of the screens interacting with each other and the printed graphics in different ways. Both of the videos are pixelated low-quality silent loops of relatively abstracted landscapes moving by at different paces—one in slow motion and the other sped up. The horizon line of the movie crosses paths with the printed images. Both videos are disrupted in regular increments fading brighter and darker, which reveals shifting interactions between the projected images and the printed graphics. The piece is repetitive and fragmented, but it is also ethereal and contemplative.