"peace pilot", 2012
Peace Pilot, is a monumental video art installation that features four meditative short films about peace and personal transformation. Each film is a reflection on the hero’s journey toward personal, communal, and global spiritual transformation and peace. Each of the four films are made up of three panels forming four triptychs, visually describing the journey from death of the self to spiritual enlightenment. They are moving paintings of light, designed to be projected on massive architectural monuments and natural spaces. This film was projected on the interior and exterior of The Interfaith Peace Chapel, designed by legendary architect Phillip Johnson, in Dallas, Texas in 2012 and on the outside of the Rothko Chapel in Houston, Texas in 2013. The film took three years to shoot and edit, 2009-12, and was completed in early 2012. The costumes were designed and made by me.
To view details on the project: www.facebook.com/PeacePilot/
To watch the film in its entirety: https://vimeo.com/192024729
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Wilderness, is a monumental video art installation that features two meditative short films displayed in diptych form. When humans go through trauma, they often find themselves waking up in an inhospitable place. It is this wild country of life we are forced by our past to find our truth in the present. One film is a reflection of the familiarity of the past and the other is our wilderness, that inhospitable region of our selves we must explore in oder to find peace. They are moving paintings of light, designed to be projected anywhere people roam, indoors or out. Part of the film was shot while I was working on a ranch in Texas in 2010 over a one week period. It was completed in 2014.
To watch the film in its entirety: https://vimeo.com/192024115