Art Portfolio

Installation

Installations

What Will Remain: Gold Room, 2017. This first iteration of What Will Remain was an installation San Francisco Art Institute, Fort Mason Campus using gold (imitation and genuine) covered foil to line my studio’s walls as a response to the site’s excess of salt air and sunshine.

What Will Remain: Gold Room, 2017. This first iteration of What Will Remain was an installation San Francisco Art Institute, Fort Mason Campus using gold (imitation and genuine) covered foil to line my studio’s walls as a response to the site’s excess of salt air and sunshine.

What Will Remain: Gold Wall, 2018. Part of my MFA show, this iteration of What Will Remain had already begun to break down dramatically, in places disintegrating altogether and revealing the gold.

What Will Remain: Gold Wall, 2018. Part of my MFA show, this iteration of What Will Remain had already begun to break down dramatically, in places disintegrating altogether and revealing the gold.

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A Mind in the Act of Remembering and Forgetting, 2016. California Buckeye Branches, Salt, watercolor. The shadows cast by the branches were drawn on to the walls behind them. With the room entirely blacked out, the only way to reveal the drawings was by using small flashlights to recast the shadows.

A Mind in the Act of Remembering and Forgetting, 2016. California Buckeye Branches, Salt, watercolor. The shadows cast by the branches were drawn on to the walls behind them. With the room entirely blacked out, the only way to reveal the drawings was by using small flashlights to recast the shadows.

delay/decay/evade/endure, March 2017. A collaborative show with Eliza Phelan-Harder and Giuliana Funkhouser, this was a sonic response to the overwhelm of human cacophony in the urban landscape. We created three different ways to feel and pay attention to the same soundscape using haptic benches, 4-channels speaker sound and a parabolic dish to focus sound into a narrow point.

delay/decay/evade/endure, March 2017. A collaborative show with Eliza Phelan-Harder and Giuliana Funkhouser, this was a sonic response to the overwhelm of human cacophony in the urban landscape. We created three different ways to feel and pay attention to the same soundscape using haptic benches, 4-channels speaker sound and a parabolic dish to focus sound into a narrow point.

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The collaborative team of Eliza Phelan-Harder, Giuliana Funkhouser, and Kate Rannells have come together to create a sonic landscape that can be felt and heard. The built soundscape surrounding us all is often unconsidered, resulting in unavoidable immersive experiences that can be harsh and hostile for many.