We Are CloudsProjection Performance and Interactive Projection Installation
We drift over the landscape of life, and we are shaped by it and all the other people drifting who we encounter.
I created We Are Clouds initially as a projection performance for my TEDx Napa Valley talk. Using my body as a canvas, the performance grew from the idea that every aspect of our lives is transformed by the people we meet as we move through time. The short piece projected on a large screen and my body simultaneously. The work also evolved from a site-specific projection installation that I created at the Archie Bray Foundation called The Fall of Man.
Read a blog post about the evolution of this work here: Body Canvas – Experiments in Body Projection
Interactive Projection Installation
After the TEDx performance of “We Are Clouds” I created an interactive installation for Emergent Arts and the Hot Springs National Park. In the exhibit, two viewers trigger a large projection to change by touching one another. The projection swirls through images and video, both concrete and abstract, creating an abstraction of the landscape of humanity that touches our lives in this hyper-connected world.