I wrote about the movement of people and water in El Paso/Juárez and parts of New Mexico for CityLab and the process of making an animated meander map for the […]
Mary Hallock Greenewalt received 11 patents for her “color organ,” an early form of synthesizer. She would spend the rest of her life defending them. Words and animation at https://www.topic.com/industrial-light-and-magic
100 Partially Obscured Views of the El Paso/Juárez Border, is a film entirely comprised of shot transitions, with each shot derived from borderland postcards c. 1900s-1960s. The film presents a […]
In 2017 I began integrating a beautiful collection of French Textile Samples (1863) found over at The Public Domain Review into my animations. The looped animations were then absorbed into a […]
Thrilled to announce selections from ‘Fred’s Rainbow Bar and Other Stages on the International Border’ ( @fredsrainbow ) debuted at the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival at New Mexico State University on […]
This cardboard oscilloscope stars in my music video for Alka‘s “Melancholy Lasts” track. Full album available through VeryRecords. The video is a tribute to Mary Ellen Bute.
I’ve been working with writer, Joanne McNeil on a series of five video essays that talk about internet culture. Just Browsing is a five part series investigating what it means […]