3,600 Seconds, 2009
Multi channel video installation: 9 cast glass picture frames; computers; mini projectors; custom software created in Max/MSP

3,600 Seconds is comprised of multiple videos projected onto cast glass picture frames. The playback of the video is temporally manipulated by custom software created using Max/MSP Jitter. Beginning at the excruciating pace of one frame per second, the software uses a random function to control the video playback, which slowly builds, one frame per second at a time, over a period of days. By consciously engaging the processes of storage and recall, a metaphoric relationship is suggested between computer, human and photographic memory.