Category Archives: Let There Be Light 2007

Let There Be Light 2007

Constellation - Bree and Geoff Luck (Photograph by Rosita Gonzalez)

Constellation - Bree and Geoff Luck (Photograph by Rosita Gonzalez)

Viewers were invited to move columns of ice with candles burning within them around the field in order to create different constellation configurations.

Minigama - Tom Clarkson (photograph by Rosita Gonzalez)

Minigama - Tom Clarkson (photograph by Rosita Gonzalez)

A handmade, personal-sized, flaming wood kiln fired ceramic pots through the night shooting out flames and sparks.

Light-Tight - Bob Hirosky (Photograph by Bob Hirosky)

Vibrating tubes of light.

Suspension No. 4: Red Channel - Ted Coffey and Rebekah Wostrel (Photograph by Lydia Moyer)

Suspension No. 4: Red Channel - Ted Coffey and Rebekah Wostrel (Photograph by Lydia Moyer)

This collaborative work consists of video projected onto a screen of unique porcelain tiles, metal filament and silk. The video is an ‘intelligent’, interactive treatment of the screen itself, continually captured, analyzed, processed and re-projected onto the screen – producing a dynamic, mediated feedback loop. Viewers may interpose themselves between the camera and the screen, affecting the projected video in intoxicating ways. The fourth in a series, Suspension No. 4 forgoes green and blue to explore red in earnest. A red channel is seen in the woods.

Swallows – Lydia Moyer

A large scale, single channel video projection of swallows, turned red and multiplied over pink clouds until they begin to resemble blood cells rushing through a vein.

Message from Earth - James Yates

Message from Earth - James Yates

In the ongoing search for intelligent life, James Yates crafted an earthbound constellation that was comprised of glowing, star-like holes that emitted light from inside the earth. The constellation transmitted a message from earth to anyone who may have been watching. Viewers were invited to use the above special decoding device, i.e., connect-the-dots, in order to decode the message.