Medium: Digital photo by iMac built in camera, edited in imovie. Begun October, 2006, currently lasts about three minutes. Daily/ritual documentation of office space. Combines personal narrative and economic research and responds to the economic attacks on working-class and middle-class women by the Reagan/Bush policies and the resulting "bailout" of the financial sector at the expense of the middle class.
In Economica: Women and the Global Economy, by the International Museum of Women, On exhibit now on the IMOW website
"Artwork from the Workplace" Garage Gallery in San Diego, Winter 2009.
Cultural Passages: Identity Made Visible (curated), Hilles Gallery, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT. May 18- June 22, 2007.
"SURFACE.value" curated by Kurt Wahlstrom and Pam Pritzker
at MATV Gallery, Malden, MA Feb-April, 2007
Below, in the Creative Arts Workshop, entrance to the Hilles
Below: At the opening, monitors with the video art facing street in Malden center.
Okay, so I didn't expose correctlly for this. Also, Marjorie Kaye (curator of Gallery 181)
Pam Pritzker and me in the lobby of the MATV building with monitor shown reflected
in the glass.