This site offers a review of his major projects and various ways to keep up to date and to get involved with his work.
A year long series of projected video installations, presenting animated sequences showing historic still photographs and motion pictures projected at night onto the windows of San Francisco's beloved Cliff House.
May 6 - May 31, 2022, “Exclusion/Inclusion”, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco
Video Projection onto the Guard House, TRT 6 minutes, 2 rear projectors onto windows, collaboration with filmmaker Felicia Lowe, presenting segments of interrogation scenes from Angel Island Immigration Station.
June 4 - July 18th 2021, Potrero Hill Archive Project above Christopher’s Books, 18th and Missouri Streets, San Francisco. Rear-Projection onto 4 Windows, San Francisco, TRT. 15 minute video-loop.
March 14, 15 2021, Station A Gate House, Former Potrero Power Plant Site, San Francisco. Video Image Memorial projection onto demolished wall of former Gate House.
Following the 2016 election, I created a projection artwork in Mendocino, California.
This was my humble project to present citizens in their small towns and neighborhoods being active and engaged within their communities through their work and engagement.
Drawing from a trove of family photos and home movies, the artwork was projected onto the front parlor windows of the Haas-Lililenthal house after dark. It vividly portrays the people, traditions, and celebrations that enlivened the house from the 1880s to 1972.
An after-dark projected video installation, is a unique encourter with native Californian, Ishi at the California Historical Society.We offer a range of art classes for all ages and skill levels. Our classes cover topics such as painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography.
On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the September 11th a video projection onto the east facade of St. Ignatius Church took place as a tribute to the lives lost in 2001.
Wisdoms of the East and West is an animated video created in Honolulu, Hawaii with Curator Michael Schuster to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the East-West Center in Honolulu Hawaii.
A projection onto the dome of the Mission Dolores Basilica exposed for the first time in over two hundred years imagery of two sacred hearts that had been hidden behind the Mission Dolores altar piece of 1796.
Nov. 28th 2007 to Feb 24th 2008, Museo Nacional de Arte, Mexico City 50th anniversary of Diego Rivera Death; created “Las Paredes Oyen–The Walls Have Ears”, video installation about the Rockefeller Center Mural and organized an entire multimedia reflection space about the mural called “Rivera Grafico/Hipergrafico'. (7.5 min. loop)
On July 3rd and 4th, 2004 a projection took place on the face of San Francisco's Coit Tower. This projection was a celebration of the rich indigenous heritage of the Ohlone culture and life, illuminating a unique historical perspective of the Bay Area and honoring the original people of this land.
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