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103,000 ft

103,000 ft

Two channel video installation. 2:48. See video for documentation. 

103,000 ft

103,000 ft

Two channel video installation. 2:48. See video for documentation. 

103,000 ft

Two channel video installation. 2:48. See video for documentation. 

The installation exists in a room where the videos play adjacent to one another. The first video exists on the far wall, emulating the moment before one falls. The second video then appears on the opposite wall, displaying what it feels like after one has jumped. The footage in the second video is found and manipulated from Joe Kittinger's 103,000 ft NASA test jump from a helium balloon in space in 1960.

 

 

The Aftermath Part 2

The Aftermath Part 2

Parachute, water, acrylic box, light. 

Situated in a small hallway, viewers enter the space and experience a parachute in water looming from above. A single light blinks on an off to simulate the final state of the parachute.

 

The Aftermath Part 2

The Aftermath Part 2

 Parachute, water, acrylic box, light. 


 

The Aftermath Part 1

The Aftermath Part 1

 Archival C-print.

A photograph depicting the first iteration of "The Aftermath" and "103,000 ft." Installation. Both installations evoke the moment just before we fall, the fall itself, and finally a landing. We contemplate those three stages that recur relentlessly in our lives: the moment of reckoning, the struggle, and the aftermath. To be experienced with the video installation first, the photograph and then a descending into the hallway with a parachute at dizzying heights and beneath sinking waters.

The Aftermath Part 3

The Aftermath Part 3

 Archival C-Print. 

103,000 ft

Two channel video installation. 2:48. See video for documentation. 

103,000 ft

Two channel video installation. 2:48. See video for documentation. 

103,000 ft

Two channel video installation. 2:48. See video for documentation. 

The installation exists in a room where the videos play adjacent to one another. The first video exists on the far wall, emulating the moment before one falls. The second video then appears on the opposite wall, displaying what it feels like after one has jumped. The footage in the second video is found and manipulated from Joe Kittinger's 103,000 ft NASA test jump from a helium balloon in space in 1960.

 

 

The Aftermath Part 2

Parachute, water, acrylic box, light. 

Situated in a small hallway, viewers enter the space and experience a parachute in water looming from above. A single light blinks on an off to simulate the final state of the parachute.

 

The Aftermath Part 2

 Parachute, water, acrylic box, light. 


 

The Aftermath Part 1

 Archival C-print.

A photograph depicting the first iteration of "The Aftermath" and "103,000 ft." Installation. Both installations evoke the moment just before we fall, the fall itself, and finally a landing. We contemplate those three stages that recur relentlessly in our lives: the moment of reckoning, the struggle, and the aftermath. To be experienced with the video installation first, the photograph and then a descending into the hallway with a parachute at dizzying heights and beneath sinking waters.

The Aftermath Part 3

 Archival C-Print. 

103,000 ft
103,000 ft
103,000 ft
The Aftermath Part 2
The Aftermath Part 2
The Aftermath Part 1
The Aftermath Part 3