Custom software; computer-generated installation of projected video and six channel sound.
TRT: 15:00 minute generative loop
Four Letters to Mahler, 2013
Aluminum I-beams, rivets, hardware, amp, ipods, cables, PA speakers, fluorescent lights, and text panels on film.
6 x 11 x 7 feet
Poster / Listening Station / DSE NOISE
Dewey Ambrosino & Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon
Single channel audio installation, bass drivers, wood, electronics, glitter
What I liked about this show is also what I found most challenging about it. Difficult to convey (represent) what was seen and heard, due to both temporal and spatial constraints of multidimensional works such as these (time-based media all) and the limitations of any kind of documentation as such, I often want to say, "you had to be there." I also know that even as I was there in one instance, it was only one iteration. I'm certain repeat visits to the show would have produced different results for some of the works, and I am remiss to have missed the scheduled performances. It occurs to me now that the more contained works may transfer well to a set of headphones and a bean bag just about any where, and that would be nice. In fact, were there seating as a concession to the works, I wouldn't have sat on the floor. But I didn't mind...