Blinking Girls (2001-2003) is a video installation consisting of five sculptural elements each reflecting video of women staring back at the viewer. A single video source projects all five video images, each accompanied by unique audio feeds. The five videos are mastered on to single video channel, which is then transferred to a DVD. The sound is mastered on to a 5.1 matrix, and each video is linked to a single soundtrack. The sculptural structures act as screens for the video projection, and a speaker is installed in each separate structure. In the end, the installation is a group of five sound-making, video pieces projected in space, all mastered on to a single DVD. The piece has shown in several locations, including Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mills College, and the Hite Art Institute at the University of Louisville.
>>INSTALLATION VIEW, IEAR STUDIOS, RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, 2003 (video)
>>INSTALLATION VIEW, HITE ART INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, 2002 (video)