Installation view

Installation view

  Pool , 25 x 35 x 10”, digital print on curved steel, 2012.

Pool, 25 x 35 x 10”, digital print on curved steel, 2012.

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 detail (reflection on floor) from  Second Minute

detail (reflection on floor) from Second Minute

  Second Minute,  14” x 28”, Repurposed clock fitted with double mirrors, wood, mirror, paint, 2012

Second Minute, 14” x 28”, Repurposed clock fitted with double mirrors, wood, mirror, paint, 2012

  Emanuelle’s Ear,  30 x 40”, digital pigment print in wood frame. 2012

Emanuelle’s Ear, 30 x 40”, digital pigment print in wood frame. 2012

  Horizon , 35” x 40” and 9” x 18”, Framed inkjet photograph, cut beveled mirror, light, reflection (spotlight creates a prism on the mirror bevel), 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

Horizon, 35” x 40” and 9” x 18”, Framed inkjet photograph, cut beveled mirror, light, reflection (spotlight creates a prism on the mirror bevel), 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

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 detail of  Train to Niebla . Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

detail of Train to Niebla. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

  Train to Niebla , custom table sculpture housing a digital video projection. Video is projected onto angled mirrors (inside bottom shelf) that project the video both onto the facing wall and up through the magnification of my father’s reading glasses onto a tabletop of frosted plexiglass. The image seen on the plexiglass is refracted into spiraling points of light, an abstraction of what can be seen clearly on the wall. Digital projector, steel table, sintra, frosted plexiglass, fresnel lens, fathers glasses. Dimensions variable. 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

Train to Niebla, custom table sculpture housing a digital video projection. Video is projected onto angled mirrors (inside bottom shelf) that project the video both onto the facing wall and up through the magnification of my father’s reading glasses onto a tabletop of frosted plexiglass. The image seen on the plexiglass is refracted into spiraling points of light, an abstraction of what can be seen clearly on the wall. Digital projector, steel table, sintra, frosted plexiglass, fresnel lens, fathers glasses. Dimensions variable. 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

 Installation view
  Pool , 25 x 35 x 10”, digital print on curved steel, 2012.
CORTINEZ_02.jpg
 detail (reflection on floor) from  Second Minute
  Second Minute,  14” x 28”, Repurposed clock fitted with double mirrors, wood, mirror, paint, 2012
  Emanuelle’s Ear,  30 x 40”, digital pigment print in wood frame. 2012
  Horizon , 35” x 40” and 9” x 18”, Framed inkjet photograph, cut beveled mirror, light, reflection (spotlight creates a prism on the mirror bevel), 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado
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 detail of  Train to Niebla . Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado
  Train to Niebla , custom table sculpture housing a digital video projection. Video is projected onto angled mirrors (inside bottom shelf) that project the video both onto the facing wall and up through the magnification of my father’s reading glasses onto a tabletop of frosted plexiglass. The image seen on the plexiglass is refracted into spiraling points of light, an abstraction of what can be seen clearly on the wall. Digital projector, steel table, sintra, frosted plexiglass, fresnel lens, fathers glasses. Dimensions variable. 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

Installation view

Pool, 25 x 35 x 10”, digital print on curved steel, 2012.

detail (reflection on floor) from Second Minute

Second Minute, 14” x 28”, Repurposed clock fitted with double mirrors, wood, mirror, paint, 2012

Emanuelle’s Ear, 30 x 40”, digital pigment print in wood frame. 2012

Horizon, 35” x 40” and 9” x 18”, Framed inkjet photograph, cut beveled mirror, light, reflection (spotlight creates a prism on the mirror bevel), 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

detail of Train to Niebla. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

Train to Niebla, custom table sculpture housing a digital video projection. Video is projected onto angled mirrors (inside bottom shelf) that project the video both onto the facing wall and up through the magnification of my father’s reading glasses onto a tabletop of frosted plexiglass. The image seen on the plexiglass is refracted into spiraling points of light, an abstraction of what can be seen clearly on the wall. Digital projector, steel table, sintra, frosted plexiglass, fresnel lens, fathers glasses. Dimensions variable. 2012. Collaboration with Carlos Vela Prado

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