Souvenir 4


4.1
Clean Works, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, California, 1989. Detail of a window installation for the first “A Day Without Art,” a nationally organized  arts event bringing attention to the AIDS crisis.

4.2
Walkabout, Multi-Media Studies Program, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, 1999.  Hundreds of digital photographs from the artist’s daily walks around the city composed this interactive Net Art project.

4.3
Untitled, “The Elision of Master Narratives” Series, 1991. One of eight 10’ x 12’ oil paintings.
 
4.4
Immemorial, Hearst Court, De Young Museum, San Francisco, California, 1992. A performance/sculpture created in conjunction with “A Day Without Art.”

4.5
Cover, Homosuite, c. 1997. Interactive CD-ROM.

4.6
Mimique, 1991. Oil on canvas.
Collection of Jonathan D. Katz.

4.7
Meat Rack, “Picturing AIDS: 1986-1996,” The Center, San Francisco, California, 2007. A screen image from the interactive CD-ROM Haunted House (1995) was reproduced for this exhibition.
 
4.8
Lover 7, 2002. Adapted from an earlier Net Art project called Perfect Lover, this single-channel video was presented by (QAR), San Francisco, California, 1998.

4.9
Cala Lily, My Dead, 1996. Interactive CD-ROM.

4.10
Cover, Mourning Becomes Ecstatic, 1977. Interactive CD-ROM.

4.11
Man Hiding His Face, The Origin of Light, 2003. Artist’s book and
interactive CD-ROM.
 
4.12
Melting Ice, “Ordinary Language,” Lux Gallery, San Francisco, California, 1999. Screen image from Sein und Zeit (a two-channel video),  the title of Martin Heidegger’s Being and Time as melting ice words.

SOUVENIR INDEX

coaster11 toypiano2v2 snowflake31 chalkBlue41
puppet51 box61 spiralrocks71 superman81
crystalball91 buffalo102