Mardern(sic) eArth

Installation - Raspberry pi (6.5" x 4.5" x 1.5"), 3d print - plaster (3" x 2" x 0.75"),

Monocular (4.5" x 1" x 1") mounted on Tripod (4" x 3.6" x 1") placed on a Pedestal (7" x 7" x 5')


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Mars Image Credit

NASA/JPL/University of Arizona


Jordan Tate, Samantha Amoroso


Tripwire, Dodd Galleries

Lamar Dodd School of Art

University of Georgia, Athens, GA (2018)


My Arms are Like Joy Joy Joy Joy!

The Carnegie

Covington, KY(2017-18)


Art kids in 3D

Clay Street Press Gallery

Cincinnati, OH (2017)

The viewer encounters a celestial landscape with the aid of an optical device, much like viewing planets through a telescope but the physical entity of outer space has been transformed into a flat data heavy satellite image, which takes time to load on the miniature computer, mimicking a slow internet connection, much like it takes time for light to travel to our eyes from outer space. A physical object derived out of the same image and of the same form factor as the device above and is found near the floor, if the viewer discovers it by accident.

Mars Loading/Mask Tracking