These works have been acquired for distribution by Vtape within the last six months. Not all of the videos are necessarily new, as older works are sometimes brought into distribution.
2019, 04:00 minutes, colour
Mysterious collage meticulously observes a woman producing a screen print of herself. A second red layer contaminates the image. This then doubles when the pattern is also applied to her clothing. A miniature on reality and reproduction with melancholy audio collage.
By borrowing from the traditional - if not worn-out - codes of the romantic film, Printed Sunset arouses ambivalent emotions in the viewer. The soundtrack, first, supports the unbearable expectation of an aesthetic delight: slow, purring and played in a loop, it stirs the irrepressible desire to discover the object of… ⊕
2019, 07:30 minutes, colour
What happens to the human when he or she has permanent and unlimited access to information? Is his/her personality still recognizable? What happens when the uncertain disappears? The Free Man – with AI is an experiment on Human asking – machine answering. Follow the conceptual character ƒ in his everyday… ⊕
This work is about the Detroit River and part of a body of work about water in the Great Lakes Basin, primarily in Niagara. I approached the Detroit River from the perspective of remediation, specifically the City of Windsor Riverfront Sewer Basin and the Tree Swallow Monitoring Program carried out by Detroit River Canadian… ⊕
2016, 05:13 minutes, colour
In Bridging Twelve, aerial video footage tracks the Twelve Mile Creek in St. Catharines ON from Burgoyne Bridge to Glendale Bridge, a distance of about 2.6 km mid-way in the creek’s 20 km path. We hear the sound of electricity being generated in the oldest continually-operating hydro-electric station in Canada, Decew… ⊕