between looking right (when remembering) and looking left (when creating)
Interdisciplinary installation created for the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, New York  2001-02

A response to the experience of being in my studio on the 92nd floor of Tower One of the World Trade Center. [As part of a LMCC artist residency from May, 2001 to September 11, 2001.] Using glass the same size of the windows of the WTC, video is projected onto these ‘windows’. The video was shot in September, 2001 and included different perspectives seen from those windows. The work is an elegant reference to the memory of the experience of looking out the windows from the World Trade Center–a view that has now vanished. The low-tech aesthetic of the video projections refers to the process of memory: as these images look ‘faded’ from the original, the way that memory fades our perception of the original through time. The use of glass also incorporates the viewer into the work, as they are reflected within it. as well as into a mediation of the past juxtaposed with the present. The installation also included a photo triptych.


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS [most relate to architectural space]
2013  Converting Oakland Waste into Dialogue…
SFBC Winterfest Art Auction San Francisco Bike Coalition Winterfest Auction, San Francisco curated by Victoria Halliwell
2012  Artopia, San Francisco, CA – One of 10 Finalists for Masterminds Grant 2011
Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA SNAP! Exhibition juried by Sandra S. Phillips, Senior Curator of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Drew Johnson, Curator of Photography at the Oakland Museum of California. Won a Jurors Award.
2011 New York State Museum Albany, NY Before the Fall
2010 San Francisco Bike Coalition Winterfest Auction, San Francisco
2009 San Francisco Bike Coalition Winterfest Auction, San Francisco
2007 Architectuur Film Festival Rotterdam the Netherlands
2007-2006 PARANOIA exhibition traveled to the following spaces:Freud Museum London, UK; Swiss Cottage Central Library  London, UK; Leeds City Art Gallery Leeds, UK; Focal Point Gallery Southend, UK
2005 crISIS  ISIS Arts Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
2004 Biennial Bucharest Identities and Visual Codes:Violence of Images Bucharest, Romania watching
Exit Art, NYC TerrorVision exhibition; watching
2003 TENT. Rotterdam, The Netherlands  beingthere.v01.squat.03 [ aspect]
2002 Cara Foundation Miami, Florida  Parallel Zone The College Art Gallery of New Jersey Evidencing: Drawing with Light and Pixels?Santa Fe Art Institute Santa Fe, New Mexico
2001 The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC World Views Open Studios
2000 Arthouse  Dublin, Ireland  Freeze II exhibition: video projection; timeframe
57 Hope Gallery Brooklyn, NY  Elsewhere exhibition:photo/audio; of moving (still) v..2
1999 Catalyst Arts  Belfast, Ireland   Two person exhibition: L. Halsey Brown and Jean West
TZ’Art/Fredericke Taylor Gallery  NYC
Het Observatorium project: postcard piece?White Columns  NYC
Outer Boroughs exhibition: video; excerpt
1998 The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art  Boulder, CO Fertile Waste: video installation
Fortress of Art Krakow, Poland  Letter, Word, Sentence exhibition: site-specific drawing Anthology Film Archives Courthouse Gallery  NYC  Act Like a Man exhibition
1997 Clementine Gallery Chelsea-NYC Fragments in Time exhibition: site-specific installation
57 Hope Gallery  Brooklyn, NY Traces exhibition: site-specific wall installation?Snug Harbor Cultural Center Staten Island, NY participant in The Observatorium  project
Art in General  NYC writings, slides and video exhibited as part of  The Observatorium
1994 New Museum of Contemporary Art  NYC  a forest of forgotten words  in ‘Courage’
video program curated by David Leslie as part of ‘Visiting Hours’; an installation by Bob Flanagan