“One to Hold, One to Echo” centers around two glass vessels I made by hand, a faceted dome and half-toroid bowl. Each vessel was partially silvered on the internal surface, interacting with the projection mapped video in different ways. The faceted dome refracted its video, echoing fragments of video throughout the space. The toroidal bowl, crafted to hold memories instead of fracturing them, gathers the video into a single point on the ceiling before fanning it out again in reverse. The audiovisual material is all found footage from old family videos, played and manipulated in real time.
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