Anteroom

Anteroom, 1983, 9 x 14 x 3 feet, two 35mm slide projectors, dissolve unit, sequential slides, doorknob, audio tape music by David Byrne.

"...A real doorknob...is attached to a wall and the film is projected so as to sync with the dimensions of the physical wall, thus simultaneously sabotaging film's capacity of trompe l'oeil illusionism and the way in which we define space." Hirshhorn Museum catalogue.
Directions '83, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; Stopped Time: Four Projected Environments, The Sculpture Center, New York, 1985, among others.
Anteroom, 1983, 9 x 14 x 3 feet, two 35mm slide projectors, dissolve unit, sequential slides, doorknob, audio tape music by David Byrne.

"...A real doorknob...is attached to a wall and the film is projected so as to sync with the dimensions of the physical wall, thus simultaneously sabotaging film's capacity of trompe l'oeil illusionism and the way in which we define space." Hirshhorn Museum catalogue.
Directions '83, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; Stopped Time: Four Projected Environments, The Sculpture Center, New York, 1985, among others.

Loose Corner – Installation


Loose Corner, 9 x 14 feet, rear screen in constructed room, 16 mm film loop for installation.

Like the challenges to our assumptions posed by Alice in Wonderland, issues of scale, materiality and relationships are raised within a child’s “game-like” structure in this film/installation.

Film premiered 24th NY Film Festival opening night at Avery Fisher Hall, NYC.


Excerpt from Loose Corner, film, 10 minutes, 1986