Category Archives: Installation

PULP CRYPTION 2011

Pulp Cryption – a prototype project featuring self-folding origami.   Many people are worried about having their identities stolen and consequently shred all kinds of documents that contain sensitive information. Yet such documents may be decrypted by painstakingly putting the shreds back together (as seen on CSI, etc). – How could one protect oneself against… Read More »

Desert Walker. Atmosphere 41°’

Desert Walker. Atmosphere 41°’ 28 September – 3rd October 2010 Fest i Nova. 2nd International Festival of Contemporary Art Art Villa Garikula, Akhalkalaki, Shida Qartli region, Georgia In 2008 I was co-director and choreographer of a performance called Desert Walker by Motherboard (www.liveart.org) that took place on the Great Salt Playa in Utah, USA with… Read More »

Electromagnetic Fountain 2008

Temporary public installation, urban intervention Fill with water, plug in and play Target audience: random pedestrians; city dwellers, tourists and passers by Video documentation Every city has an invisible twin, an architecture in flux made up of electromagnetic waves emitted by its numerous electrical and wireless communications devices. The water jets and lights of the… Read More »

The Emotion Organ 2007

Synaesthetic simulacrum machine Participatory installation Target audience: first person player Video documentation — “Time has passed us by,” Maury said at once to me. “Our electronic organ is obsolete.” “You’re wrong,” I said. “The trend is actually _toward_ the electronic organ because that’s the way America is going in its space exploration: electronic. In ten… Read More »

In Death Valley 2005

In Death Valley, everywhere we looked, gently waving stands of desert gold blossoms danced in the wind, their daisy-like faces punctuated with vibrant orange centers, Motherboard 2005 Kinetic installation of sound, light, metal, salt and aroma Video documentation … There are moments when being an art critic feels like a burden, and the act of… Read More »

The 8th Sister 2005

The 8th Sister. An exercise into the depths of Freudian perception, Motherboard 2005 Underwater sculpture to be viewed via echosounder display in Træna, off the coast of North Norway Target audience: fisher people, seafarers and tourists Video documentation — The 8th Sister is an art project that investigates the practical and contextual implications of creating… Read More »