Shaped canvas, aluminum, plastic, 2 HD projectors, 2 video cameras, and electronics
Dimensions: 78” x 96” x 3.25”
Edition of two and one artist's proof
Painting with Two Balls refers to the 1960 Johns’ painting of the same title. A parallelogram of stretched canvas derived from the mirrored projection fields or frustums of two video projectors. The two shapes look to be pried apart by two spherical shapes. The “balls” contain micro video cameras that register the space and the viewers viewing. Two small format projectors housed in aluminum structures extend out from the sides of the structure at the division of the two canvas shapes and project across the surfaces at extreme angles producing highly distorted abstracted images.
“Dream Stop,” James Harris Gallery, Seattle, July 14 – August 26, 2016
James Harris Gallery at Seattle Art Fair, August 4 - 7, 2016
"Always Rings Twice," WEST, Den Haag, The Netherlands, February 16 – May 13, 2018