Live feed video installation in Alfred University’s Immersive Gallery These cameras are linked to projectors that fill the walls with microscopic images of clay settling in water.

Dimensions Variable Projectors, cameras, fishtank, clay, water

Three channel video
2 minutes
Presented in the TSI/Snodgrass Gallery

“Much like Daguerre's early landscape dioramas, Britt Moseley's "Sunset" features light and movement in a translucent image.(1) Moseley regulates his fish-tank cinema of attractions using electronics and puppetry. Moseley's mountain landscape is "Alfred Lumpy Slip", a liquefied suspension of clay particles in water. During shooting and seen in the video, the slip settled and grew delicate hairlike structures, the kind of microscopic spaces, that can hold complex reactions, possibly the DNA that led to all living cells.(2)”Rebekkah Palov (See Full Essay)

Mortal Coils by Rebecca Rafferty
Gold Coast

Music video for Linckoln‘s track “Gold Coast” off their epic album Dew This video was created in one take using  a broadcast style video mixer, macroscopic camcorder imagery, Dave Jones analog video processing, and video distortion software running in Ableton Live. Similar to the album ‘Dew’ the video fits in an ambiguous space between reality and abstraction while using the images and sounds of a fantastical landscape to ground these sensory explorations. Both the video and the album use these basic material
beginnings to launch into meditative software based abstractions. Created in a residency at the Institute for
Electronic Arts in Alfred University.


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