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Derailed Detail

Derailed Detail

Plastic, acrylic rod, wood, painted monofilament line, cut parachutes, wire.

 

Derailed

Derailed

Plastic, acrylic rod, wood, painted monofilament line, cut parachutes, wire.

 

Coasters

West Roller Coaster

West Roller Coaster

Scanned drawings made on a roller coaster on the Santa Monica Pier. 

Morph No. 1

Morph No. 1

Archival digital print of scanned negatives.  

Morph No. 2

Morph No. 2

Archival digital print of scanned negatives.  

 

Above the Giant Dipper

Above the Giant Dipper

Still from 35mm slide projection.

Above the Giant Dipper

35 mm slide projection with dissolve unit. 

Documentation of 35mm slide projection depicting what if feels like to ride a roller coaster looking upwards.

 

Ascension

Ascension

Plastic toy tracks, plumbing tubes, metal, parachute, wire.  

 Plastic toy tracks, plumbing tubes, metal, parachute, wire.  

Plastic toy tracks, plumbing tubes, metal, parachute, wire.  

Giant Dipper

Giant Dipper

Roller coaster drawing on plexiglas.  

Drawings made while riding on each roller coaster. While riding the roller coasters, a pen was fastened to my body and on a plexiglas surface I would let the motion of the ride make the marks. Each piece is multiple rides providing the layerings. The plexiglas plates were scanned and inverted and re-printed on larger pieces of plexiglas, to evoke the kinetic energy of each ride on an exaggerated scale.

 

Rage

Rage

Roller coaster drawing on plexiglas.  

Drawings made while riding on each roller coaster. While riding the roller coasters, a pen was fastened to my body and on a plexiglas surface I would let the motion of the ride make the marks. Each piece is multiple rides, providing the layerings. The plexiglas plates were scanned and inverted and re-printed on larger pieces of plexiglas, to evoke the kinetic energy of each ride on an exaggerated scale.

 

Cyclone

Cyclone

Roller coaster drawing on plexiglas.  

Drawings made while riding on each roller coaster. While riding the roller coasters, a pen was fastened to my body and on a plexiglas surface I would let the motion of the ride make the marks. Each piece is multiple rides, providing the layerings. The plexiglas plates were scanned and inverted and re-printed on larger pieces of plexiglas, to evoke the kinetic energy of each ride on an exaggerated scale.

Derailed Detail

Plastic, acrylic rod, wood, painted monofilament line, cut parachutes, wire.

 

Derailed

Plastic, acrylic rod, wood, painted monofilament line, cut parachutes, wire.

 

Coasters

West Roller Coaster

Scanned drawings made on a roller coaster on the Santa Monica Pier. 

Morph No. 1

Archival digital print of scanned negatives.  

Morph No. 2

Archival digital print of scanned negatives.  

 

Above the Giant Dipper

Still from 35mm slide projection.

Above the Giant Dipper

35 mm slide projection with dissolve unit. 

Documentation of 35mm slide projection depicting what if feels like to ride a roller coaster looking upwards.

 

Ascension

Plastic toy tracks, plumbing tubes, metal, parachute, wire.  

Plastic toy tracks, plumbing tubes, metal, parachute, wire.  

Giant Dipper

Roller coaster drawing on plexiglas.  

Drawings made while riding on each roller coaster. While riding the roller coasters, a pen was fastened to my body and on a plexiglas surface I would let the motion of the ride make the marks. Each piece is multiple rides providing the layerings. The plexiglas plates were scanned and inverted and re-printed on larger pieces of plexiglas, to evoke the kinetic energy of each ride on an exaggerated scale.

 

Rage

Roller coaster drawing on plexiglas.  

Drawings made while riding on each roller coaster. While riding the roller coasters, a pen was fastened to my body and on a plexiglas surface I would let the motion of the ride make the marks. Each piece is multiple rides, providing the layerings. The plexiglas plates were scanned and inverted and re-printed on larger pieces of plexiglas, to evoke the kinetic energy of each ride on an exaggerated scale.

 

Cyclone

Roller coaster drawing on plexiglas.  

Drawings made while riding on each roller coaster. While riding the roller coasters, a pen was fastened to my body and on a plexiglas surface I would let the motion of the ride make the marks. Each piece is multiple rides, providing the layerings. The plexiglas plates were scanned and inverted and re-printed on larger pieces of plexiglas, to evoke the kinetic energy of each ride on an exaggerated scale.

Derailed Detail
Derailed
Coasters
West Roller Coaster
Morph No. 1
Morph No. 2
Above the Giant Dipper
Above the Giant Dipper
Ascension
 Plastic toy tracks, plumbing tubes, metal, parachute, wire.  
Giant Dipper
Rage
Cyclone