The Oracle is an interactive video installation that celebrates (and lampoons) our faith in technology and it's seemingly endless progress towards a better future. The Oracle is a fantastic spectacle that provides answers to the user's fears and anxieties through the miracle of modern machinery.
Clip from my most recent installation piece, The Oracle, a miraculous fortune telling machine. To view the entire work, please consider visiting The Creative Alliance at the Patterson in Baltimore Maryland between Mar 3 - and Mar 31.
Here's a animated quickie I did for my beloved little people, Aidan, Patrick and Helen. It's a little late, but hopefully it'll keep that Christmas spirit going all year. Enjoy!
Raw documentation of recent projection piece, "Ironclads" at the InLight projection festival at the Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond, VA.
Ironclads resurrects the ghosts of the great ironclad ships of the Civil War in tribute to the Tredegar Iron Works. The ships silently haunt the waterway, gliding in and out of each other's view, never meeting again after their first (and final) historic encounter.
Thanks to the 1708 Gallery and to Dan and Ian of BVC.
The Kubler-Ross Device is a miraculous modern mechanical marvel that transmutes the painful memory of a lost loved one to a joyful memory, allowing the deceased to shuffle off this mortal coil and enabling the living to have the courage and intestinal fortitude to carry on.
The Kubler-Ross Device is now appearing in the The 2011 Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize Semifinalists Exhibition at the Maryland Institute College of Arts in Baltimore MD.
Kelley Bell is an animator, graphic designer, and educator who is often willing to make mistakes and other interesting experiments. Her work combines performance, graphic design, and a multitude of other art forms. Cakeweek TV is a channel to see what she does, and how what she does turns out.