Positioned in a dark echoing room, two projectors are aimed at two bowls of water resting on two speakers. The aesthetics of Will Rahilly’s “Boils,” brings to mind the grid-like, abstracted early computer graphics of the 70’s with an additional layer of natural processing via the vibration and sloshing of the water. The room could be seen as the central node of some biologically-driven spacecraft. Blasts of synthetic sounds come from the speakers, creating a variety of interference patterns in the reflected images as the relationship between the two projected entities progresses. One screen flashes, then the next. Particles of light trickle down from the reflected images. The two entities engage in a cacophonous sonic language that moves from lust to war, synchronization to battle until they are destroyed. A part of SPRING/BREAK Art Fair, 2015
Created for a large, 4-sided video cube, ExStanchion follows the path of a rope as it weaves its way through the abstracted working day of a man. Shown at Aqua Art Fair, Miami, Monkey Town in Denver, CO, and, in 2015, Barcelona.
Viand is a palindromic meditation on ideas of isolation, ceremony and sustenance. Using unique costume and makeup, this colorful, hallucinatory video follows a lone figure in an empty environment who conspires to summon a deity for protection, only to consume her.