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Gary Hill

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Seattle-based video artist Gary Hill uses modern technology to create video-infused, ephemeral experiences that ask viewers to consider the physical nature of how wecommunicate. But although he dips into a high-tech tool box to create his multimedia works -- using video, audio, spoken and written text and sculptured space -- Hill's works explore ideas rather than the medium he uses or its associated technology. "Some people use special effects to interest people through playing with the technology -- some people think that's art," says Donald Young, owner of the Donald Young Gallery where Hill's work shows locally. "It's the ideas behind the work that are important to Gary Hill, who was born in Southern California, began experimenting with video in 1973, by borrowing a camera and recording layers of his multiple selves in conversation. His earliest videos, "The Fall" and "Air Raid," were sound-and-image montages organized around ecological themes. His first video installation, "Hole in the Wall" (1974), featured a monitor placed in a hole cut through a wall that played back what was happening in the room. From 1975 to 1977, Hill was the artist-in-residence at the Experimental Television Center in Binghamton, N.Y. In the late 1970s, Hill began exploring concepts about how we use and understand language, work that continued into the 1980s, with fellowships from the Rockefeller and Guggenheim foundations and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1985, he moved to Seattle, where he established a video program at Cornish College of the Arts. In 1992's "Tall Ships," among the more complex of his pieces, Hill layers the various elements in such a way that different viewers see distinct shows, according quite literally to how they approach and move through one of his installations. The piece was created for Documenta IX, an annual art shobased in Kassel, Germany, and was included as part of the 1993 Whitney Biennial. It is now part of the Henry Art Gallery's permanent collection. Born 1951 in Santa Monica, California Lives and works in Seattle, Washington Grants and fellowships 1990 Rockefeller Intercultural Media Arts Fellowship (stage 2) 1989 Rockefeller Intercultural Media Arts Fellowship 1988 "Seattle Artists 1988" (selected for City Lights portable works), Seattle, Washington 1987 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Artist Trust Fellowship 1986 American Film Institute Fellowship Guggenheim Fellowship National Endowment for the Arts Production Grant 1985-86 New York State Council on the Arts Production Grant New York State Foundation on the Arts Fellowship 1985 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship 1984 New Works Grant, Massachusetts Council on the Arts 1983-84 New York State Council on the Arts Production Grant 1982 Channel Thirteen/WNET Artist-in-Residence Production Grant Japan/U.S. Exchange Fellowship sponsored by the national Endowment for the Arts and the Japan/US Friendship Commission 1981-82 Rockefeller Video Artist Fellowship National Endowment for the Arts Media Production Grant New York State Council on the Arts Production Grant 1980-81 New York State Council on the Arts Production Grant 1979 Channel Thirteen/ WNET Artist-in-Residence Production Grant National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship 1978-79 Creative Artist Public Service Fellowship New York State Council on the Arts Production Grant Awards 1998 MacArthur Fellowship 1995 Leone d'Oro, Prize for Sculpture, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy 1991 Prize Winner, "ARTEC 91," International Biennale, Nagoya, Japan 1989 Prize Winner (Performance Video), 13th Atlanta Film/Video Festival, Atlanta 1988 Grand Prix, World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, Holland Honorable Mention, 3rd Bonn Video Art Festival, Bonn, Germany Prix Alcan (video), 18th Annual Montreal Film and Video Festival, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1987 1st Prize, Structuralist Video, Athens International Video Festival, Athens, Ohio Grand Prize, 6th Annual Daniel Wadsworth Video Festival, Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut 1986 1st Prize (shared), Narrative Video, Athens International Video Festival, Athens, Ohio James D. Phelan Art Award, San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, California Honorable Mention (Non-Narrative Video), Video Culture International, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1985 Grand Prix (shared), 1st Tokyo International Video Biennale, Tokyo, Japan Sony Grand Prize, 3/4 Inch Video/New Media, Video Culture International, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1st Prize Art Video/New Media, Video Culture International, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1st Prize, 3/4 Inch Non-Narrative Video/New Media, Video Culture International, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Selected Solo Exhibitions 1999 Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, "Tall Ships" School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, "Placing Sense Sens Placé" Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus, Denmark, "Tall Ships, Searchlight Viewer" 1998 Whitney Museum of American Art, "Circular Breathing" Centre pour l'image contemporaine, Geneva El Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, "Gary Hill - HanD HearD - Withershins - Midnight Crossing" Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal 1997 Centrum Sztuki, "Gary Hill remarks on color" Midnight CrossingWestf‰lischer Kunstverein M¸nster, M¸nster, Germany 1996 Barbara Gladstone Gallery Galerie des Archives, Paris, "Gary Hill: HanD HearD/liminal objects" Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia Donald Young Gallery, Seattle, "Placing Sense" 1995 Soho Guggenheim Museum, New York "Gary Hill," Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden (Scandinavian touring exhibition organized by Riksutst‰llningar, Stockholm, travelling to Museet for Samtidskunst, Oslo, Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen. Helsingfors Konsthall, Helsinki and Bildmuseet UrneÂ) Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museum, Cambridge, MA 1994 "Gary Hill," Henry Art Gallery, Seattle. Travelled to Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, DC, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Guggenheim Museum Soho in 1995 "Gary Hill," Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England "Gary Hill," Musée d'Art Contemporain, Lyon, France Museum f¸r Gegenwartskunst, ÷ffentiliche Kunstsammlung, Basel, Switzerland 1993 "Gary Hill," Donald Young Gallery, Seattle, Washington (installations) "Gary Hill," IVAM Centre Julio Gonzalez, Valencia, Spain (traveling exhibition organized by the Centre Georges Pompidou) "Gary Hill," Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (traveling exhibition organized by the Centre Georges Pompidou) "Gary Hill," K¸nsthalle, Vienna, Austria (traveling exhibition organized by the Centre Georges Pompidou) "Gary Hill: In Light of the Other," Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, England (installations) "Gary Hill: Sites Recited," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California 1992 "I Believe It Is an Image," Watari Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo " Gary Hill," traveling exhibition organized by the Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou (installations, videotapes) Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, the Netherlands (installations) 1991 Galerie des Archives, Paris (installations) OCO Espace d'Art Contemporain, Paris (installation) Nykytaiteen Museo: The Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland (retrospective of videotapes) 1990 Galerie des Archives, Paris (installations) Galerie Huset/Ny carlsberg Glyptotek Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark (installations) YYZ Artist's Outlet, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (screening, installation) Museum of Modern Art, New York (installation) 1989 Beursschouwburg, Brussels, Belgium (screening) Kijkhuis, The Hague, The Netherlands (installation) Musée d'Art Moderne, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France (installation, screening) Pacific Film Archives, San Francisco (screening) 1988 Western Front, Vancouver, B.C., Canada (screening) Video Wochen, Basel, Switzerland (performance, screening) L'Espace Lyonnais, d'Art Contemporain, Lyon, France (retrospective of videotapes) 1987 Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (installation) Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles (screening) Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, Washington (installation) 2nd Seminar on International Video, St. Gervais-Genève, Geneva, Switzerland (retrospective of videotapes) 1986 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (retrospective of videotapes) Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia (screening) 1985 Scan Gallery, Tokyo (videotapes) 1983 International Cultural Center, Antwerp, Belgium (screening) The American Centre, Paris (retrospective of videotapes) Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (installation) Monte Video, Amsterdam (screening) 1982 Galerie H at ORF, Steirischer Herbst, Graz, Austria (installation) Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California (installation) 1981 The Kitchen Center for Music, Video and Dance, New York (installation) And/Or Gallery, Seattle, Washington (installation) Anthology Film Archives, New York (screening) 1980 Media Study, Buffalo, New York (installation) "Video Viewpoints," Museum of Modern Art, New York (screening) Image Dissector Screening Series, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles (screening) 1979 The Kitchen Center for Music, Video and Dance, New York (installation) Everson Museum, Syracus, New York, (installation) "Meet the Makers: Gary Hill," Donnell Library, New York, (screening) 1978 Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York (screening) 1976 Anthology Film Archives, New York (screening) 1974 South Houston Gallery, New York 1973 Woodstock Artists' Association, Woodstock, New York 1971 Polaris Gallery, Woodstock, New York Selected Group Exhibitions 1999 Le Fresnoy, Studio National des arts contemporains, Touring, France, "Voices" Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, "Conundrum" 1998 Witte de With, "Voices," publication, travels to Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona 1997 Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France "Being & Time," Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, 1996, travelling to Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Portland Art Museum, Portland Oregon Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston Texas (catalogue) Kwangju Biennial, "Speed," Kwangju, Korea (catalogue) "Amour," Cartier Foundation Paris 1996 "Nowhere," Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark Lia Rumma, Napoli, Italy Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Switzerland 1995 "ARS '95 Helsinki," The Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki, Finland "Pour un Couteau," Le Creux de l'Enfer, Le Centre d'Art Contemporain, Thiers, France "Altered States: American Art in the 90s," Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis (catalogue) "Immagini in Prospettive," Cinema'Verdi', Serre de Rapolano, Italy "Multimediale 4," ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany "Sculptures Sonores: Une Certeine Perspective Communique," Ludwig Museum im Deutschherrenhaus, Koblenz, Germany "Identit‡ e Alerit‡ " Venice Biennale, Italy "Video Spaces: Eight Installations," Museum of Modern Art, New York "Loning and Belonging: From the Faraway Nearby," Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM 1994 "Beeld," Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, Belgium "Multiplas Dimensoes," Centro Cultural de Belem, Lisboa, Portugal Sao Paolo Bienal, Brazil "Facts and Figures," Lannan Foundation, Los Angeles "Light into Art" Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH "Cocido y Crudo," Centro Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain "Intelligent Ambience and Frozen Images," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA 1993 "Doubletake: Collective Memory and Current Art," K¸nsthalle, Vienna, Austria "Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "The Binary Era: New Interactions," K¸nsthalle, Vienna "The 21st Century," K¸nsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland "American Art in the 20th Century-Painting and Sculpture," Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany "Passageworks," Rooseum, Malmo, Sweden "1993 Whitney Biennale in Seoul," National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea "Anonymity and Identity," Anderson Gallery, Virginia, Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA; and The Art Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, MD "Gary Hill, Between Cinema and a Hard Place," and recent works by Lewis baltz, Jac Leirner and Glenn Ligon," The Bohen Foundation, New York Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City, Mexico "American Art in the 20th Century," Royal Academy, London "Eadweard Muybridge, Bill Viola, Giulio Paolini, Gary Hill, James Coleman," Ydessa Hendeles Art Foundation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada "Fifth Fukui International Video Biennal," Fukui, Japan "Strange HOTEL," Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus, Denmark London Film Festival, London, England 1992 "Doubletake: Collective Memory and Current Art," Hayward Gallery, London "Passages de l'Image," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco "Japan 92 Video and Televsion Festival," Tokyo, Japan Donald Young Gallery, Seattle, Washington "Dance," California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA "Documenta IX," Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany "Filmladen Festival," Kassel, Germany (also Botschaft Festival, Berlin and Hinterhaus, Wiesbaden) "Japan: Oustide/Inside/Inbetween," Artists Space, New York "The Binary Era: New Interactions," Musée d'Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium "Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory," Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago "Manifest," Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris "Performing Objects," ICA, Boston "Metamorphose," St.Gervais-Genève, Geneva, Switzerland 1991 "Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "Currents," Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston "The Body (2)," The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago "In Public: Seattle, 1991," Security Pacific Gallery, Seattle, WA "The Body," The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago "Metropolis," Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany "Topographie 2: Untergrund," Wiener Festwochen, Vienna "ARTEC 91," International Biennale, Nagoya, Japan "Glass: Material in the Service of Meaning," Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington "Passages de l'Image," Wexner Art Center, Columbus, Ohio traveling to Fundacio Caixa de Pensions, Barcelona, Spain 1990 "Tendances multiples (Video des Années 80)," Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris "Energieen," Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam "Video Poetics," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA "Passages de l'Image," Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris "L'Amour de Berlin: Installation Video," Centre Culturel, Cavaillon, France "A Force of Repetition," New Jersey State Museum, Newark "Bienal de la Imagen en Movimento '90," Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid "God and Country," Greg Kucera gallery, Seattle, WA 1989 "Video-Skulptur Retrospektiv und Aktuell 1963-1989," Kolnischer K¸nstverein, Cologne, Germany (traveled to Berlin and Z¸rich) "Electronic Landscapes," the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada "Video and Language," Museum of Modern Art, New York "Delicate Technology, 2nd Japan Video Television Festival," Spiral Hall, Tokyo "Les Cent Jours d'Art Contemporain," Centre International d'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada "Selections from the Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions-Video," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco "Filmer ‡ Tout Prix, No. 4," Brussels, Belgium (festival Selection) "Eye for I: Video Self-Portraits," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "3rd Seminar on International Video," St. Gervais-Genève, Geneva (festival selection) "Japan 89 Video Television Festival," Tokyo 1988 "Infermental VII," Buffalo, New York "Degrees of Reality," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA "Art Video American," CREDAC, Paris "As Told To: Structures for Conversation," Walter Philips Gallery, Banff, Alberta, Canada "4th International Manifestation of Video and TV," Montbéliard, France (festival selection) "London Film Festival," London (festival selection) "The World Wide Video festival," Kijkhuis, The Hague, the Netherlands (festival selection) "3. Videonald," Bonn, Germany (festival selection) 1987 "Documenta VIII," Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany "Video Discourse: Mediated Narratives," San Diego, California traveled to the ICA, Boston "Infermental VI," Western Front, Vancouver, B.C., Canada "Contemporary Diptychs: Divided Visions," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "Avenues of Thought: Cultural and Spiritual Abstractions in Video," Rutgers University, Newark "The Situated Image," Mandeville Gallery, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, CA "15th Avenue Studio #2: The Mechanics of Contemplation," Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA "The Arts for Television," international traveling exhibition organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam "Cinq Pièces Avec Vue," Centre Génevois de Gravure Contemporaine, Geneva "Japan 87 Video Television Festival," Tokyo "Computers and Art," Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY 1986 "Video: Recent Acquisitions," Museum of Modern Art, New York "Video and Language/Video as Language" Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles "National Video Festival," American Film Institute, Los Angeles "Cryptic Languages," Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC "Resolution: A Critique of Video Art," Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles "The Image of Fiction: International Videoart, Infermental 5," Con Rumore, Rotterdam, Germany "Collections Videos-Acquisitions Depuis 1977," Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris "The World Wide Video Festival," Kijkhuis, The Hague, Netherlands "San Francisco Video Festival," San Francisco "II National Video Festival de Madrid," Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid "Poetic License," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA "International Festival of Video Art," Saw Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (traveled Europe and Canada in 1986, 1987) "Video Transformations" organized by Independent Curators Incorporated, New York (traveled US and Canada) 1985 "Image/Word: The Art of Reading," New Langton Arts, San Francisco "San Francisco Video Festival," San Francisco "National Video Festival," American Film Institute, Los Angeles "The World Wide Vide Festival," Kijkhuis, The Hague, Netherlands "Video Art: Stockholm International Festival '85," Kulturhuset, Stockholm "A Video Sampler," American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, New York 1984 "Biennale di Venezia," Venice "So There, Orwell 1984," The Louisiana World Exhibition, New Orleans "Video: A Retrospective," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA "Videographia," Escoia I Centre d'Activtats Video, Barcelona, Spain "National Video Festival," American Film Institute, Los Angeles 1983 "Art Video Retrospectives et Perspectives," Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium "Video as Attitude," University Art Museum, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM "Electronic Visions," Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY "The Second Link: Viewpoints on Video in the Eighties," Walter Philips Gallery, Bannf, Alberta, Canada "XXXI Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastian," San Sebastian, Spain "1983 Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "San Francisco Video Festival," San Francisco 1982 "The Sydney Biennale," Sydney, Australia "Gary Hill: Equal Time," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA 1981 "Projects Video XXXV," Museum of Modern Art, New York "National Video Festival," John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C. "New York Video," Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany "7th Annual Ithaca Video Festival," Ithaca, NY 1980 "San Francisco Video Festival," San Francisco 1979 "Projects Video XXVII," Museum of Modern Art, New York "Video Revue," Emerson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY "Beau Fleuve," Media Study, Buffalo, New York, traveled toThe Center for Media Art, American Center in Paris; L'Espace Lyonnais d'Action Culturelle, Lyon, France; Musée Cantini, Marseille, France) "Political Comment in Contemporary Art," Brainerd Art Gallery, Potsdam, NY 1978 "4th Annual Ithaca Video Festival," Ithaca, NY "Sums and Differences," (performance), Arnolfini Arts Center, Rhinebeck, NY 1977 "New Work in Abstract Video Imagery," Everson Museum of Arts, Syracuse, NY 1976 "Video Expovision '76," Woodstock Community Video, Woodstock, NY "Athens International Film Festival," Athens, OH "Synergism," performance with Walter Wright and Sara Cook, Woodstock Artists' Association, Woodstock, NY 1975 "Projects Video VI," Museum of Modern Art, New York "An Evening of Video," Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia "Woodstock Video Exposition," Woodstock, NY "Annual Avant-Garde Festival of New York," NY 1974 "Artists from Upstate New York," 55 Mercer Gallery, New York 1972 "Electronic Music: Improvisations" (performance with Jean-Yves Labat), Woodstock Artists' Association, Woodstock, NY Selected Video Works 1973 - 1992 Videotapes 1973 The Fall. Black and white; 11:00 1974 Air Raid. Black and white; 6:00 1974-75 Rock City Road. Color, silent; 12:00 1975 Earth Pulse. Color; 6:00 1976 Improvisations with Bluestone. Color; 6:00 Mirror Road. Color, silent; 6:00 1977 Bits. Color, silent; 4:25 Bathing. Color, silent; 4:25 1978 Windows. Color, silent; 8:00 Electronic Linguistics. Black and white; 3:45 Sum & Differences. Black and white; 8:00 Mouth Piece. Color; 1:00 Full Circle. Color; 3:25 Primary. Color; 1:40 Elements. Black and white; 2:00 1979 Objects with Destinations. Color, silent: 3:40 Equal Time. Color, stereo sound; 4:00 Picture Story. Color; 7:00 Soundings. Color; 17:00 1980 Processual Video. Black and white; 11:30 Black/White/Text. Black and white, stereo sound; 7:00 Commentary. Color; 0:40 Around & About. Color; 4:45 1980-81 Videograms. Black and white; 13:25 1981-83 Primarily Speaking. Color, stereo sound; 18:40 1982-83 Happenstance (part 1 of many parts). Black and white, stereo sound; 6:30 1984 Why Do Things Get in a Muddle? (Come on Petunia). Color; 32:00 1985 Tale Enclosure. Color, stereo sound; 5:30 1985-86 URA ARU (the backside exists). Color; 28:00 1979-86 Mediations (towards a remake of Soundings). Color, stereo sound; 4:45 1987-88 Incidence of Catastrophe. Color, stereo sound; 43:51 1989 Site Recite (a prologue). Color, stereo sound; 4:00 1990 Solstice d'Hiver. Color, sound; 60:00 I Installations 1974 Hole in the Wall, Site-specific, single channel video/sound installation. 1979 Mesh, Mixed media installation. 1980 War Zone, Mixed media installation. Live stereo camera/viewfinder, 2 videotapes, 16 loudspeakers, objects, motor-controlled lights and live rabbit 1980 Around & About (destroyed), Video/sound installation 2 versions: 1. two monitors (b/w and color) and videotape; 2. eight monitors (four b/w and 4 color), videotape and controlling electronics 1981 Glass Onion, Two-channel video/sound installation. Live camera with remote-controlled zoom lens, two videotapes, five monitors, eight speakers and controlling electronics 1981-83 Primarily Speaking, Two-channel video/sound installation 2 versions: 1. eight monitors, four speakers and controlling electronics; 2. two monitors, chairs and mirrors 1982 Equal Time, Three-channel video/sound installation. Four monitors and two speakers 1983-87 CRUX, Five-channel video/sound installation. Five color monitors and five speakers 1986 In Situ, Mixed media installation. Modified easy chair, modified monitor, six electronic fans, sculptural elements, motorized paper feeder, controlling electronics and speakers 1987 Mediarite, Site-specific mixed media installation. Three videotapes/VTRs, six monitors, four electric motors, lenses, mineral oil, sculptural elements, controlling electronics and speakers 1987-92 DIG (based on Mediarite), Mixed media installation. Three-channel video, six monitors, four electric motors, lenses, mineral oil, sculptural elements, computer-controlled electronics and speakers 1988 DISTURBANCE (among the jars), Seven-channel video/sound installation 1990 And Sat Down Beside Her, Mixed media installation consisting of three works: 1. Single-channel video and hanging TV tube with table, chair, lens, book and speaker 2. Single-channel video and glass tube enclosing one-inch TV tube, text applied on floor and speaker 3. Two-channel video and two one-inch TV tubes with four lenses 1990 BEACON (Two versions of the Imaginary), Two-channel video/sound installation. Two TV tubes mounted in aluminum cylinder, projection lenses, motor and controlling electronics 1990 Inasmuch As It Is Always Already taking Place, Sixteen-channel video/sound installation. Sixteen one-half-inch to twenty-one-inch black and white TV tubes positioned in horizontal inset in wall 1991 Between Cinema and a Hard Place, Three-channel video/sound installation. Twenty-three modified monitors and computer-controlled switching matrix 1991 CORE SERIES (two works: Glasses and Leaves), Single-channel video/sound installations. Each work: two modified monitors and electronic switch with tone decoder 1991-92 I Believe It Is an Image in Light of the Other, Mixed media installation. Seven-channel video, modified TV tubes for projection, books and speaker 1992 Suspension of Disbelief (for Marine), Four-channel video installation. Thirty twelve-inch TV tubes mounted on aluminum beam and computer-controlled switching matrix 1992 CORE SERIES ("No Evil"), Single-channel video/sound installation. Three modified monitors and electronic switch with tone decoder 1992 Tall Ships, Sixteen-channel video installation. Sixteen black and white monitors, sixteen projection units, sixteen laserdisc players and computer-controlled interactive system 1992 Cut Pipe, Single-channel video/sound installation. Black and white video monitor, projection lens, two aluminum cylinders and three loudspeakers 1992 Some Times Things, Nine-channel video/sound installation. Nine modified monitors, nine projection lenses, nine loudspeakers, and nine aluminum tubes 1993 If Two People (destroyed), Two-channel video/sound installation. Ten black and white monitors mounted on two aluminum ladders, two speakers and spoken text Between 1 & 0, Two-channel video/sound installation. Thirteen b/w monitors mounted aluminum cross, computer-controlled video switcher and audio House of cards, Seven-channel video/sound installation. Five b/w monitors mounted on aluminum ladder, two color monitors Learning Curve, Single-channel video installation, silent. Video projector, custom made screen and plywood chair/table construction Learning Curve (still point), Single-channel video installation, silent. One five inch color monitor, plywood chair/table construction 1986-94 Searchlight, Single-channel video/sound installation. Aluminum tube, b/w video monitor, motor, laserdisc player, and controlling electronics 1994 Circular Breathing, Single-channel video/sound installation. Five color video projectors, laser disc player, computer-controlled video switcher, amplifier and two loudspeakers Clover, Four-channel video/sound installation. Four laserdisc players, 4 modified b/w 20 inch monitors, synchronizer, loudspeaker, and stereo amplifier Remarks on Color, Single-channel video installation with color video projection Red Technology, Single-channel video/sound installation with 2 projectors 1995 Bind, Single-channel video/sound installation. Combination video monitor/video cassette recorder with attached book 1993-95 Dervish, Video/sound installation. Aluminum and wood structure, mirrors, strobe light, 2 video projectors, motor, speakers, computer and controlling electronics 1995 Withershins, Interactive sound installation with video projections HanD HearD, 5-channel video installation with 5 projectors 1996 Viewer, 5-channel video installation with 5 projectors Standing Apart, 2-channel video installation with 2 projectors Facing Faces