Monday, August 21, 2006


I have worked on a few interactive video shows, one installation in particular was especially attuned to opening a public dialog about contemporary politics.

The piece, called, "360 Degrees of War," originally included a display of photography from Iraq, along with artifacts from American Soldiers that served, there was also a collaborative piece called, "The Bellum Bicinium" that I did with John Crowe, another Digital Media artist in the class. The Bicinium displayed images from the war on two screens that the audience viewed from in between. The receptions movement and volume, decided how quickly one of three videos played on each screen one displaying the brutal aspects of violence that were occurring, while the other displayed harmonious scenes of relief and aide.

There was also and accompanying documentary that I directed that played next door to the installation. Due to the positive public response, the documentary was replayed this year with a panel discussion about the status of Iraq taking place next door to the continuous screening.

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