A Resemblance of Weather

A Resemblance of Weather

A Resemblance of Weather is a video piece that is controlled by weather data. Disposable consumer goods, such as bags, cups and take away boxes take on a new purpose as they connect with current weather patterns of the selected location, as well as the historic data from ten years previous. Audience members can choose the location of the weather data that is retrieved. A goal of the work is to discuss our relationship with these particular objects and how do they relate to organic structures. But I also want viewers to consider our metaphysical and physical connection with weather and place.

A Resemblance of Weather

Recoil

2018

Recoil

Coming from a place of uncertainty, division, and flux, the photographs and video artworks in this series explore the pauses and connective moments that take place within the motion of any mechanism. In this liminal state, the familiar becomes subtly unfamiliar or inexplicable, as I explore what is real versus imagined, artificial versus natural, and beautiful versus grotesque.

Recoil

Foil

2017

Foil

Foil #1-6 is a series of stop-animations that display how light, color and slight adjustments through the photographic process can reinterpret insignificant materials.

Foil

Cycles

2013

Cycles

Cycles is a video installation that looks at a new way of identifying our relationship with ideas of the natural and the artificial, the beautiful and the repulsive.

Cycles