utility sheathing

utility sheathing was the prototype to the modular video installations. The work was transported as individual panels and then assembled on site for the exhibition "Lights, Camera, Action" at Conneticut College Center for Arts and Technology. The exhibition was curated by Sue Joyce for the 8th Biennial Symposium, Feedback: Perception and Interaction in Electronic Arts. utility sheathing was constructed of plug and touch sanded fir plywood and knotty pine with a rose embossed white wallpaper on the interior with a synthetic fur floor covering. A television monitor was mounted on the ceiling. The video for the installation was a computer altered version of feedback. The strobing video reflected off the embossed wallpaper accentuating the relief effect.