Animated confetti, extracted from a pixelized image of scanned skin. The animation's pattern mimics analog television static. Fuzzyland was originally shown through a series of Guerilla performances which utilized television monitors within the commercial sector, at stores like The Gap and the Good Guys (an electronics store on Bush St. in San Francisco). Fuzzyland was also used as silent performance/static filler between videos and performances, and a kind of mock sky scape locator map for “You are Here”. A commemorative performance to celebrate 25 years of Southern Exposure (a non-profit gallery in San Francisco) in San Francisco MOMA’s Phyllis Wattis Theater. This remastered version, was recently screened on the Big Screen Project, an outdoor projection space on 6th Avenue, NY, NY

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