- Souvenir: 1977 – 2007
- AIDS Work: 1986 – 1996
- Hybrid Projects
- The Origin of Light 2003
- City of the Future 2007
- The Search for Life in Distant Galaxies 2010
- Fey Ontology 2013
- Orpheus in the Tenderloin National Forest 2014
- Pansy Farm 2016 in development
Souvenir is a retrospective look at my artwork from 1977 to 2007.
City of the Future (after Tarkovsky’s Solaris) 2007 two channel video installation.
Picturing AIDS: 1986 – 1996 A retrospective exhibition of my work about AIDS.
The Search for Life in Distant Galaxies 2010 is a multi-part hybrid video/text project.
Selected video projects and
video work on-line.
Fey Ontology is a gif novel created in 2013 that was later edited into the short experimental film, Orpheus (The Poetics of Finitude) 2015.
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