Imagery generated from a database of artists involved with Headlands Center for the Arts anchors a flexible identity for their annual auction.
The graphic identity plays out across a range of materials and media, with the forms behaving differently in varied contexts: dramatically scaled in a printed invitation, interacting with dense content in an information-heavy program, and in motion on a website.
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Essays and archival documents live side-by-side in this online exhibit and database.
Digital posters, distributed via email, take advantage of their intimate scale by overwhelming the small screen.
Examining the conflicted, shifting relationship between nature and the built environment, and the creation of a new, hybrid landscape combining the two.
An interactive photo booth that—in the tradition of Victorian spirit photography and New Age aura photography—reveals ghostly images of its past users.
These souvenirs/memento mori are printed on oversized receipt paper at the end of each interactive photo booth session shown in Traces.
A video essay maps and reflects on a visual ‘superstructure’ generated by a community of artists over twenty-five years.