You Can See Nothing From Here
Billions of years ago, the universe was a tiny speck. From that speck came everything that exists today. Inspired by the work of Annie Jump Cannon and her fellow “computers” at Harvard in the early 1900s, You Can See Nothing from Here examines our relationship to time, space, and the universe around and within us. Using a mix of digital technology and analog arts and crafts, You Can See Nothing from Here explores our desire to explain the universe’s mysteries, and the universe’s indifference to our quest for understanding.
Part of the Object Movement Festival at the Center at West Park 2018-2019 season
Curators Justin Perkins, Rowan Magee, and Maiko Kikuchi
Photo credit Jody Christopherson
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I draw inspiration for much of my theater work from the visual arts, primarily painting and artists such as Nicole Eisenmann, Rene Magritte and Edward Hopper. Here are some of my own experiments in drawing and painting.