DNA.CORN at the Lab, San Francisco

Multi projection screen video and surround sound installation with table top dioramas and multiple sculptural elements for the Lab Gallery Space, San Francisco, USA.

Several large video projections and a thousand black shadowy chromosome like butterflies inhabit the space accompanied by loud, violently stochastic sounds of popping corn. Sound design in collaboration with digital composer, Carl Stone.

Publicaly commissioned for The Gateway Project, an international collaboration between artists and scientists. The work was made in collaboration with the Lab and was supported by The British Council and NEA. The Gateway Project was curated by Laura Brun.

DNA.CORN was produced as the outcome of a ten week artist's residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Marin County and extended the work, The Imagination of Matter presented at NOISE in Cambridge.

associated presentation and publications

Subtle Technologies Conference, University of Toronto, Canada.