“Pave Paradise” Installed at Stamp Gallery, UMD-College Park. 5′ x 6′ x1′ Floor, 5′ x 3′ x 1′ Wall. Plywood, MDF, conversion varnish, artificial tree.

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“Pave Paradise” Installed at Stamp Gallery, UMD-College Park. 5′ x 6′ x1′ Floor, 5′ x 3′ x 1′ Wall. Plywood, MDF, conversion varnish, artificial tree.

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“Question #1” Interactive sensory wearable sculpture: with audio, visual and olfactory elements.

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“Question #1” Interactive sensory wearable sculpture: with audio, visual and olfactory elements.

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“Inside Mini-Cinema Installation” Lit by spotlights activated by motion sensor with audio.

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“Inside Mini-Cinema Installation” Lit by spotlights activated by motion sensor with audio.

“Mini-cinema” outer structure. 13′ tall, 8′ radius. 12′ long attached “suspenders” reach up tom motor that slowly turns the sculpture within the shell-shaped foam room. Speaker provide audio beneath, motion sensor lights and audio flash on as viewers enter the “mini-cinema” space. 12′ long attached “suspenders” reach up tom motor that slowly turns the sculpture within the shell-shaped foam room. Speaker provide audio beneath, motion sensor lights and audio flash on as viewers enter the “mini-cinema” space....

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“Why Cinema Rules” & “7 Foot Stand-In” installed at the Ackland Art Museum, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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“Why Cinema Rules” & “7 Foot Stand-In” installed at the Ackland Art Museum, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Sculptures installed at Ackland Museum of Art 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In(DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In (DETAIL) 7 Foot Stand In Large lightbox with agressive male “other” movie characters all superimposed onto each other. Overlaying text says “An Art Form That Still Has An Audience” (refering to film.) Click to email this to a friend...

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“Mascot for Minema” Installed at Ackland Art Museum, UNC Chapel Hill.

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“Mascot for Minema” Installed at Ackland Art Museum, UNC Chapel Hill.

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“Action Hat” (Prototype for “Question #1), Interactive sensory [audio, visual, olfactory] wearable sculpture.

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“Action Hat” (Prototype for “Question #1), Interactive sensory [audio, visual, olfactory] wearable sculpture.

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