Video and architectural Installation with sound / 3 black paintings framing the virtual space of the void
8' x 15'
School of the Art Institute of Chicago MFA Show, Sullivan Gallery
Framing the ephemeral abstract imagery of the Yves Klein Blue. The gaps in-between the walls forbid the viewers from physically entering into the space behind but allow them to approach the walls closely and contemplate on the digital Sublime, which is invoked in the viewer's metaphysical experience.
Extending out from the pictorial, my installation work becomes a necessary metaphor for physical perception, by which the sublime is framed, inviting the viewer to mentally enter into a liminal Gorden Matta Clark like interior with a digitally constructed space; a demonstration of Woody Vasulka’s writing, Note on Installation: “…the internal space is open to a continuous rearrangement and access to a selection of views and narrative vectors in infinite, not only to the author, but also with the use of certain strategies, to the viewer…”