temperament

2014 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with artist James Rouvelle / live recording of performance with handmade glass instruments and electro-magnets from our artist residencies at the Museum of Glass and Pilchuck Glass School.

images are on flickr.

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@ Pilchuck Glass School / Artist in Residence Summer 2014

38 hours to spring

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[still] 2014 – 38 hours to spring is a maya.rouvelle collaboration – the music is a variation on the song of seikilos.

solution-dissolution, once

solution dissolution once

2014 – dimensions variable – digital print

solution-dissolution, twice

solution-dissolution-twice

2014 – dimensions variable – digital print

levitation with impossibilities

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2013 – dimensions variable – media variable

à la vitesse de ton souffle

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2013 – a maya.rouvelle collaboration / more information + video documentation @ maya.rouvelle and vimeo

à la vitesse de ton souffle was influenced by our time walking in and around Paris, La Générale/AtelierPier (residency/gallery) and Versailles – it is an installation in the form of a sequence of compositions and spaces made of sound, light, objects, code and movement, activated by visitors walking through the gallery at the speed of their own breathing.

au concert printemps flottant

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[detail] 2013 – au concert printemps flottant is a maya.rouvelle installation that was shown at the palais de tokyo in paris. the piece was part of concert hall, a large collaborative work in the palais de tokyo’s exhibition entitled nouvelle vagues.

au concert printemps flottant is a kinetic installation composed of organic and industrial materials, including a live tillandsia medusa, a custom LED grow light, a motor, and commercial gas vapor street lights, among other materials. a micro-controller regulates movement and changes in lighting intended to both sustain the tillandsia and reveal a sequence of 26 short variations in movement and light over 11 minutes. au concert printemps flottant was built and programmed on-site during the installation period for nouvelle vagues’ concert hall and was influenced by, and references, the themes of music, play and integration at the heart of this exhibit.

materials include: tillandsia caput-medusa, electronics, tubing, springs, custom electric light, vellum, wood.

the dimensions of the work are approximately 10’x20’x15′ / photo documentation @ flickr and video @ vimeo site

imagining a modern taxonomist straddling a wellsian time machine

time machine

2012 – 18×24 in – mixed media


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quine

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2012 – a maya.rouvelle collaboration / photo documentation @ flickr / video documentation @ vimeo

yolk

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2012 – 14×23 in – casting paper and mixed media

through continuo

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[detail] 2012 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with artist James Rouvelle – paper and electronics – approximately 9’x16′

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[fragment-detail] 2011 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with James Rouvelle – casting paper and electronics – 48 x 32 in

why in? diaphane, adiaphane – series 1

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[1 of a series of 8] 2011 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with James Rouvelle – casting paper and electronics – 8.5 x 11 x 3 in

why in? diaphane, adiaphane – series 2

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[1 of a series of 8] 2011 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with James Rouvelle – casting paper and electronics – 8.5 x 11 x 2 in

6 21 17:16

lili maya 21 17:16

2011 – 14×23 in – casting paper and mixed media

one

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2011 – 14×23 in – casting paper and mixed media

from other letters to milena

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[1 of a series of 3 prints] 2010, black and white digital print – published in Mandorla: New Writing from the Americas, Issue 13 as part of “Four Texts From Other Letters to Milena” by Reina María Rodríguez, translated by Kristin Dykstra

synchronous displacement

2010 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with James Rouvelle – mixed media and electronics. video excerpt

untitled – 8.5.1011

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[pages from the artist books series] casting latex and mixed media

surface-active agent

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2010 – maya.rouvelle collaboration with James Rouvelle – mixed media installation – video documentation

ligature

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[installation view] 2010 – in collaboration with Lynn Silverman – black and white digital print and video