Effortless (1998) in its original presentation at Solomon projects in Atlanta Georgia was intended as an installation:
three short single-channel video sequences appear simultaneously on three separate monitors, each mounted on a pedestal that rests in pools of melted beeswax.
The video is about aspects of human endeavor, some requiring enormous effort while others seem to be "effortless." These ideas are portrayed through a love poem, a story about incomprehension and finally three sequences of a garden sprinkler whose motion is accompanied by three preludes by Chopin.
This work was included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial of The Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art. It is in their permanent collection.
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