Artworks
interactive audio-visual
2017
Animated video
HD video, stereo sound, 6:19
2017
Single channel video
HD video, stereo sound, 1:33
2014
super 8 film, Plastic
2014
Digital Print
56" x 50"
2013

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  • updated the Artwork In/voluntary Re/actions
    In this print work I have used elements from different sources (texts with a personal relevance to me and also pre-existing video work of mine) as artifacts in the design of a visual essay. This work uses repetition, along with different modes of representation and reproduction, in order to explore the intersection of time, space and personal narrative. This work is made up of quotations from two different source texts ("Moscow Diary" by Walter Benjamin, and "Gauss: A Biographical Study" by W. …
  • updated the Artwork In/voluntary Re/actions
    In this print work I have used elements from different sources (texts with a personal relevance to me and also pre-existing video work of mine) as artifacts in the design of a visual essay. This work uses repetition, along with different modes of representation and reproduction, in order to explore the intersection of time, space and personal narrative. This work is made up of quotations from two different source texts ("Moscow Diary" by Walter Benjamin, and "Gauss: A Biographical Study" by W. …
  • updated the Artwork In/voluntary Re/actions
    Exhibited at Window (re/production re/presentation), Asheville, North Carolina (June 2013) This print work is made up of quotations from two different source texts ("Moscow Diary" by Walter Benjamin, and "Gauss: A Biographical Study" by W. K. Bühler), along with stills from my video "Fatherland".  
  • updated the Artwork In/voluntary Re/actions
  • In this work, I used Super-8 film to capture brief quotations of text from works published by members of my family (Walter Benjamin and W.K. Buhler). I then re-captured the film close-up using video, turning the film/text itself into a composite "found" object. By treating the film and text as visual artifacts, this work offers new ways of thinking about film as a “window” into the past (and text within it), expanding my approach to video as I work with the film's frame-by-frame materiality.…
  • This is an experimental animation using text referencing history (from writing by my father W.K. Buhler), the poetry of my distant cousin Gertrud Kolmar, and letters written by Kolmar to her cousin Walter Benjamin. These elements create a collage of identities that span the 20th century, and the upheaval and migration that occurred in central Europe during this time.
  • Interactive audio & video installation, at the Art in Odd Places Festival (Orlando, Florida, Nov 10-12 2017) Festival theme: NOISE, curated by Julian Chambliss & Rachel Simmons This video also features the work "Remote Interruptions" by Emma Cotter, dancers: Rebekah Lane, Crystal Edwards, Katrina Anne Soricelli 
  • Interactive audio & video installation, at the Art in Odd Places Festival (Orlando, Florida, Nov 10-12 2017) Festival theme: NOISE, curated by Julian Chambliss & Rachel Simmons This video also features the work "Remote Interruptions" by Emma Cotter, dancers: Rebekah Lane, Crystal Edwards, Katrina Anne Soricelli 
  • This is an experimental animation using text referencing history (from writing by my father W.K. Buhler), the poetry of my distant cousin Gertrud Kolmar, and letters written by Kolmar to her cousin Walter Benjamin. These elements create a collage of identities that span the 20th century, and the upheaval and migration that occurred in central Europe during this time.
  • In this work, I used Super-8 film to capture brief quotations of text from works published by members of my family (Walter Benjamin and W.K. Buhler). I then re-captured the film close-up using video, turning the film/text itself into a composite "found" object. By treating the film and text as visual artifacts, this work offers new ways of thinking about film as a “window” into the past (and text within it), expanding my approach to video as I work with the film's frame-by-frame materiality.…