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Studio updates, current events, and archival posts from 2014-2017.

OMNIA: STUDIO WORK

JUDY'S: my mom's name in her own cursive handwriting, the genesis of this entire body of work — Houston, Texas/July 4, 2016.

JUDY'S: my mom's name in her own cursive handwriting, the genesis of this entire body of work — Houston, Texas/July 4, 2016.

VISION: climax scene from the conclusion of the film Embrace of The Serpent directed by Ciro Guerra — Mumbai, India/August 17, 2016.

VISION: climax scene from the conclusion of the film Embrace of The Serpent directed by Ciro Guerra — Mumbai, India/August 17, 2016.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: first iteration of new work with clear glass tubes filled with helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon mounted on an aluminum armature — CDMX, Mexico/November 5, 2016.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: first iteration of new work with clear glass tubes filled with helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon mounted on an aluminum armature — CDMX, Mexico/November 5, 2016.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: single component of new work included in Rosetta at Unisex Salon, an exhibition of light-based art curated by Doppelgänger Projects — Brooklyn, New York/December 12, 2016.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: single component of new work included in Rosetta at Unisex Salon, an exhibition of light-based art curated by Doppelgänger Projects — Brooklyn, New York/December 12, 2016.

OMNIA_NETWORK.MMXVII: catching a noble gas tan in the dead of winter — Seattle, Washington/January 2, 2017.

OMNIA_NETWORK.MMXVII: catching a noble gas tan in the dead of winter — Seattle, Washington/January 2, 2017.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: my son, Bowie, floating over freshly routed aluminum armatures in a parking lot — Seattle, Washington/March 25, 2017.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: my son, Bowie, floating over freshly routed aluminum armatures in a parking lot — Seattle, Washington/March 25, 2017.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: drawing one of the complete works in AutoCAD with Chris Blanchard — Seattle, Washington/April 15, 2017.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: drawing one of the complete works in AutoCAD with Chris Blanchard — Seattle, Washington/April 15, 2017.

OMNIA_NETWORK.MMXVII: mocking up an almost complete version of this work with free-standing fabricated aluminum armatures made by Lars Borgeson — Seattle, Washington/April 29, 2017.

OMNIA_NETWORK.MMXVII: mocking up an almost complete version of this work with free-standing fabricated aluminum armatures made by Lars Borgeson — Seattle, Washington/April 29, 2017.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: freshly bombarded and lit tubes back for testing from Western Neon — Seattle, Washington/May 6, 2017.

OMNIA_SOURCE-CODE.MMXVII: freshly bombarded and lit tubes back for testing from Western Neon — Seattle, Washington/May 6, 2017.

JUDY'S: my mom's name in her own cursive handwriting rendered as a low-resolution digital 3D model for an immersive virtual reality experience currently being created with Grant Kirkpatrick and Fritz Rodriguez — Seattle, Washington/May 10, 2016.

JUDY'S: my mom's name in her own cursive handwriting rendered as a low-resolution digital 3D model for an immersive virtual reality experience currently being created with Grant Kirkpatrick and Fritz Rodriguez — Seattle, Washington/May 10, 2016.


OMNIA is a new body of work that traces the narrative of light from the cosmic to the personal through an algorithmically controlled video projection of deep space footage sourced from NASA, three noble gas installations, and a virtual reality memoir set for release in Fall 2017.