Disc Walls: singles
Event Horizons, 2016
Installed at the Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
March 2016 - present
This public art installation is part of the exhibition titled, 200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural Legacy. This exhibition features original works of art spanning the state’s 200 year history including contemporary. For this exhibition, I designed and created a site-specific installation for the Indiana State Museum entryway comprised of 12,000 used CD’s and DVD’s with color changing LED lights. Titled Event Horizons, this installation covers 15 ft H x 60 ft L west wall on the first floor.
Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speaker with amplifier.
Installed at the Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
For the 2012 Visual Arts Network and National Performance Network Annual Meeting, I designed and created a CD installation titled Singularity for the Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Singularity was my addition to a selected four-person group exhibition featuring Colette Fu, Kenyatta Hinkle, and Benjamin Volt. This exhibition was made possible in part through support from the Visual Artists Network Exhibition residency, which is a program of the National Performance Network. Major contributors are the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Ford Foundation and the Nathan Cummings Foundation. The exhibition is held in conjunction with the NPN/VAN Annual Meeting--a national gathering of artists, curators, presenters and colleagues.
Photos by Bryan Jeffrey Graham
Donated CD and DVD discs, 2x4s, Monofilament, Cable ties, Sheet metal and wood screws, and Fender washers.
Installed at The Eleanor Prest Reese and The Robert B. Berkshire Galleries, Indianapolis, Indiana
Entropy was part of the three person exhibition titled 3 x 3. This was a unique exhibition experience: Paula Katz, the Gallery Director of the Herron School of art, invited three regional curators to each select one artist from the city or region to exhibit at Herron - hence the title "3 x 3". Jay Jordan, curator and director of the New Contemporary Center in Louisville, Kentucky, invited me to design a new installation for The Eleanor Prest Reese and The Robert B. Berkshire Galleries, Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana. This invitation led to the first CD installation.