Video, color, sound, 13min, 2016
Counter-Charge explores the shifting gender dynamics of the 1989 adult-oriented personal computer game Leisure Suit Larry.Larry wanders the jungle of a colonized village searching for love. In an act of cathexis, Larry's energies are concentrated on Passionate Patti, a perfect and unattainable woman. Watch on Vimeo.
Upcoming screening: Born Digital: Raised by the Internet, British Film Institute, London, England
Installation of overlapping projections with sound, 2018 Watch on Vimeo.
Video, color, sound, 8min, 2016
Inserting an avatar in post-production, Apotheosis navigates the late-80s world of Leisure Suit Larry as a female character,both invisible to the game and in control of its progress, attempting to foster a fluidity between them amid the rules of the game and of life. Watch on Vimeo
(HOHUM...) THIS IS GONNA BE A LOOONG GAME
Multi-channel video installation, color, sound, 60min, 2015
14 min excerpt of 60 min installation.
A multi-channel video installation that examines the misogynistic gameplay of Cover Girl Strip Poker, a 1991 MS-DOS computer game, (Hohum)...it's gonna be a looong game deconstructs the crude embodiments of male desire which integrates the objectification of the female body with disfiguring early computerized graphics and interactivity. Intended to be installed flatly into the surface of a poker table, the viewers--distinctively that and not players--can sit and look down individually and privately at the small screens, as if at their own intangible hands of poker, or at a peep show mutoscope. Around the table are the separated elements, hands disconnected from their bets and female representations separated from their objectifications, reclaiming the history of female depiction from its function as male entertainment. Watch on Vimeo
Video, color, sound, 3min, 2014
Experiencing a cerebral hemorrhage in 2006, my father suffers from short-term memory loss. Our memories are at a crossroads, in which he remembers my past and I remember his present. These conflicting experiences compete with standardized medical facts and my own personal recollections of his stroke event. Watch on Vimeo