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Interiority Machines

Solo exhibition at
Glass Box Gallery

side view


side view


waterfall


waterfall


waterfall





window


detail


detail


corner view


corner view


corner view


corner view


corner view


corner view


corner view


corner view


waterfall


waterfall


waterfall


waterfall

Still Sounding Elsewhere
LCD television with its surface polarizing film pealed off by hand, handmade antenna

Scrim
Polarizing film, stands

Impure Tone
Radio, hidden short-range transmitter, hidden computer with custom software (streaming Internet radio filtered to 347 Hz, the resonant frequency of the gallery space)

Light, Picture
Lens

Window Object
LCD computer monitor stripped of its casing and surface polarizing film, plastic bag beneath screen glass

Event Current
Ball chain, electromagnet, microcontroller with real time clock and data logger, custom software. (This exhibition was open to the public for a total of 316,800 seconds. Preprogrammed to run only during the exhibition's slated open hours, each second the microcontroller evaluated a pseudorandom number function with a 1 in 316,800 probability of success. If successful, power would be cut to the electromagnet and the chain would drop. All data generated during the exhibition was logged in this file. The chain fell on July 22nd at 12:12 and 39 seconds.)

By the Light of the Moon
Graphite wall drawing. (Throughout installation Stella Cilman and I stayed up late each night tracing the contours of images on the walls made from the light of surrounding streetlights.)


Many thanks to Stella Cilman for her assistance with the installation and to Stephanie Snyder for her curatorial guidance.