From the Valley of the Deer is an augmented reality artwork based on Valley of the Deer, a video installation produced in Scotland in 2013. Masked figures populate romantic landscapes. In each city where the video is exhibited, local sites are haunted by characters and scenes from the artwork, discoverable on walking tours. sThese apparitions may also be stumbled upon as *Points of Interest* by passersby.
• a 2013 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc.
for its Turbulence web site. Made possible with funding from the Jerome Foundation.
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Horror Stories enables an interactive and collaborative film-making experience. The work is a contemporary update and visual equivalent to ghost stories told around a campfire. Visitors to the site can watch custom films, contribute video clips, write and read stories, and share the results.
• website produced in part thanks to a grant from Verizon's Thinkfinity Initiative,
Pace University, and Terminal@APSU
code - Julie Gill
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Zombies in Condoland is a performance for Nuit Blanche Toronto (Oct 4, 2008), curated by Gordon Hatt, which is the spectacle of a zombie film shoot. The website is created to invite participation and give information to prospective zombies
• website produced in residence at La Chambre Blanche
in Québec City.
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Snow Stories is a story engine, which uses appropriated and original film clips, images, animation, and sound stored in a database to translate the viewer's written story into a visual narrative.
• produced in residence at Harvestworks
in New York, with additional funding from The Canada Council for the Arts,
The Experimental Television Center, and Pace University
• exhibited in New Data at Harvestworks, NYC; FILE (Festival of Electronic Language) in Brazil; and Fringe Exhibitions in L.A.
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• commissioned by Soil New Media • in the collection of ComputerFineArts.com
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