tangle

single channel video loop
projected with interference
2:30 / 2012

Tangle is an exploration of light, movement, and the architecture of the projection surface.  A two and a half minute tracking shot through the veiny tangle of branches in a wintertime deciduous forest plays on a projector that abuts a gallery wall and projects into a corner.  Half of the projected image appears ‘normal’ on the facing wall, while the other half of the image is strewn along the adjacent wall as it stretches odd-long from the projector.  The horizontal movement within the video image and the bisection of the projection beam create an abstract dimensionality that redefines spatial relationships- both in the forest where the original footage was captured and in the gallery where the video piece is playing.

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