a priori / a posteriori

This is an old video clip of a collaborative installation I did last year with Chris Boyd. Our exhibition was called a priori / a posteriori. The aesthetic of the structures is a signature of Boyd's; the sound was my counterpart. For the three structures created for this exhibition, I made a different soundtrack to emit from each one. One of the components of each track is a sustained vocal note that combines with the others to form an underlying chord.

Merlino Gallery at CSULB. Nov. 2007, Long Beach, CA.

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