Time of Day
Stills from surrealist screendance Time of Day, that I conceived, filmed, and edited.
An excerpt of the film is viewable on vimeo:
In 2013, during a residency at the Milkbar Project Room, I worked on a series of dance paintings. Inspired by Yves Klein's anthropometries and fire paintings and my own desires to record the patterns of dancers upon the stage, I wanted to investigate the possibilities for recording dance's ephemeral moments in lasting traces and to see if repeated movements would leave identical marks.
Portfolio of Interdisciplinary Endeavors
I am interested in explorations of memory, communication, and personal and collective psychology through overarching investigations of reflection, consciousness, and perception. I investigate the role of a personal sensorium for comprehending the world; questioning the potential fallacy of perception, the tantalizing trickery of reflections, and the aid or obstruction of the body and other “bodies” (bodies of water; bodies of knowledge; bodies of power). My works develop from initial research (whether scholarly research, image research, or other) that is then dissected, felt, and experimented upon in the studio.