Bellevue Arts Museum Biennial, 2016.
The Rabbit Hole: Sculpture
Rabbit Hole. The looping video is a condensed depiction of what I’ve seen since the experience began New Year's Eve 2010 I was (and am) always looking for a white wall, blank space or bit of open sky to check my vision for floaters, bursts of light or falling curtains or other signs of possible problems.
I built the body of the piece to reflect the incredibly dense and crazy musculature that is the architecture of the iris. Below is a short edit of the 2 minute looping video that played through the pupil or central aperture of the piece.
Rabbit Hole. UPDATE! The Washington State Arts Commission has acquired this piece for installation at the Kessler Center in Puyallup WA. The commission asked that the video element be replaced. The center now features a Big E cut from stainless sitting behind obscured plexiglass.
Here is a short edit of the 2 minute looping video that played through the pupil or central aperture of the piece.