[the mirror book]

Video [the mirror book] series Custom Books (leather, paper), projection, software, writing | livre sur measure, projection, logiciel, écritureSizes: 44″ x 28″, 9″ x 11″, 28.5″ x 33″ In [the mirror book], the texts of a poet artist are computationally combined in a computational collaboration. Nouns, verbs, adjectives slowly move from one author’s poems to the… Continue reading [the mirror book]

[arborescence]

[arborescence] Paper, models, software, computerdimensions variable2006 [arborescence] is an interactive installation using the gradual growth patterns of forests and trees as a metaphorical structure to map time, space and language. Making physical the routine internet actions of searching, tagging and streaming RSS feeds [arborescence] creates a contextual time-scape in which interests grow and change over time.… Continue reading [arborescence]

[thehouse]

[theHouse] Software, text, digital poetrydimensions variable2006 [theHouse] is a digital poetry piece which takes the form of computer based, spatialized organism world. Through the process of enacting texts within, alongside, and outside of the text of computational code, this autobiographical work is regulated by the computational process of the sin wave. Here, the text is… Continue reading [thehouse]

[meme.garden]

Video [meme.garden] Software, networkdimensions variable2006 [meme.garden] is collaboratively created software which allows participants to search words, find clouds of associated words, and “plant” their word searches to create “forests” which may or may not have relationships with other participants in the system. Participants’ plants grow through time and reflect network changes through time about their… Continue reading [meme.garden]

[ghost city]

[ghost city] Software, computer, performancedimensions variable2006 [ghost city] uses a game-like interface where the participant maneuvers around an aerial map of the district around Bellevue Hospital in New York City. As the participant moves around the map, roving snippets of text, selections from poems written in the neighborhood around Bellevue, slip down streets or pop up… Continue reading [ghost city]

[six.circles]

[six.circles] Software, controller, computerdimensions variable2004 [six.circles] is a 2 player conceptual game exploring cooperation and competition through the construction of simple geometic objects. The goal is to be the first to construct a series of 6 circle forms while fending off viruses seeking to infect each piece. Players are obliged to periodically attach infected pieces… Continue reading [six.circles]

[domestic]

Video [domestic] Controller, computer, projection, softwaredimensions variable2003 [domestic] uses a software engine normally used to generate violent first-shooter video games in order to reconstruct a remembered childhood space where a dramatic event has taken place: a house fire. The participant navigates an oddly constructed domestic space that is actually a map encompassing the inside and… Continue reading [domestic]

[rootwords]

Video [rootwords] (QuickTime .mov) [rootwords] Computer, software, projectionDimensions variable2002 [rootwords] is a language experimentation environment. Beginning with a simple poem by the maker, the program’s goal is to “grow” a new language from English root words using common prefixes, suffixes, and other components. Users click the root words to grow an organism of variations and… Continue reading [rootwords]

[remotion]

Video [remotion] video (QuickTime .mov) [remotion] Software, computer, webcam2002 [remotion] is a computer application which utilizes a webcam as a translator between the natural landscape and an information technology terrain. Using computer vision technology tied to a wireless, outdoor webcam, the software traces the outlines of rustling tree leaves and waving branches tracing/trailing/ chalking/marking/ blipping… Continue reading [remotion]

[search]

Video [search] Software, network, computerdimensions variable2002 When it was proclaimed that the Library contained all books, the first impression was one of extravagant happiness. All men felt themselves to be the masters of an intact and secret treasure… At that time it was also hoped that a clarification of humanity’s basic mysteries […] might be… Continue reading [search]