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Still frame
Still frame

20 minutes
Standard definition (720 x 480, 30 fps)
Animation, seamless loop



Work completed November 2004.

Print size for frame edition (one size only): 12 by 18 inches (~30.48 by 45.72 centimeters)
Duration of animation: 20 minutes
Resolution of frame edition renderings: 2,400 by 3,600 pixels
Resolution: 480 by 720 pixels


Contemplations DVD

One-of-a-kind prints based on single frames of a time-based work (edition of 23)

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One- and two-person exhibitions

Pinnacle Gallery at Savannah College of Art and Design; One-person exhibition; Savannah, Georgia; 2005. Exhibition debut.

Alias Systems corporate headquarters; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 2005. A five-minute excerpt of the work was shown.

Art Gallery at Broward Community College, Central Campus; One-person exhibition; Davie (Ft. Lauderdale), Florida; 2005.

von Liebig Center for Science at Juniata College; Temporary installation of time-based projections; Huntingdon, Pennsylvania; 2005.

Screenings and Performances

“SIGGRAPH 2005 Art Gallery: Threading Time Screening Room”; Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics (SIGGRAPH) (Juried); Los Angeles, California; 2005.

Group exhibitions

“The Art of Maya”; Mind Control Gallery (Curated); Toronto, Ontario, Canada; 2005. A five-minute excerpt of the work was shown.

“Digital Summer”; Van Brunt Gallery (Curated); Beacon, New York; 2005.


Savannah College of Art and Design, School of Film and Digital Media; Grant of computer time for rendering 65 minutes of video for four time-based works.; November 2004. This was one of the works rendered.


SIGGRAPH 2005 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog, Conference Select CD-ROM and Full Conference DVD-ROM (three publications); July 2005.


This work was completed using software provided under a grant from Alias Systems.

This work was rendered using software provided under a grant from mental images.

This work was rendered at the Savannah College of Art and Design School of Film and Digital Media. Special thanks to Peter Weishar, Dean, and Mark Thomasson, Director of Digital Media, for making computer time available and managing the rendering process.

Special thanks to Paolo Berto for his assistance with this work.

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