Equivalent (No. 11)

The Equivalents are a series of videos made in a single take with a static camera. They are un-manipulated and shown in real time.

Conceived as photographs in a continuous process of transformation, they aim to open a contemplative space. They have a relationship to both Alfred Stieglitz's theory of the equivalent and the 'Pataphysical notion of equivalence ("'Pataphysics demonstrates the equivalence of All and Nothing"—Daniel Accursi). Finally, they are attentive to the ways that light and shadow conjure the amorphousness of form and space, constantly altering the perspective of the viewer.

*Please note that these videos are designed to be projected. When viewed on a computer monitor, please select "Full Screen" mode.

Equivalent (No. 2)

The Equivalents are a series of videos made in a single take with a static camera. They are un-manipulated and shown in real time.

Conceived as photographs in a continuous process of transformation, they aim to open a contemplative space. They have a relationship to both Alfred Stieglitz's theory of the equivalent and the 'Pataphysical notion of equivalence ("'Pataphysics demonstrates the equivalence of All and Nothing"—Daniel Accursi). Finally, they are attentive to the ways that light and shadow conjure the amorphousness of form and space, constantly altering the perspective of the viewer.

The Equivalents are a series of videos made in a single take with a static camera. Conceived as photographs in a continuous process of transformation, they aim to open a contemplative space. They have a relationship to both Alfred Stieglitz's theory of the equivalent and the 'Pataphysical notion of equivalence ("'Pataphysics demonstrates the equivalence of All and Nothing"—Daniel Accursi). Finally, they are attentive to the ways that light and shadow conjure the amorphousness of form and space, constantly altering the perspective of the viewer.

*Please note that these videos are designed to be projected. When viewed on a computer monitor, please select "Full Screen" mode.

Equivalent (No. 14)