In this art video piece created for "Flip a Strip," an exhibit at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the challenge was to create a video which evoked the banality of the strip mall as well as the essence of how we experience these buildings - usually as a rapidly-passing blur through the car window. Borrowing cues from Mark Vinci's artwork (markvinciart.com) and taking inspiration from a quintessentially 80's track ("Every Big City" by Wang Chung, from their To Live and Die in L.A. soundtrack), the piece combines car-mounted shots, timelapse, and lots of "swish pans" adding up to a kinetic study of these ubiquitous forms that dot the American landscape.

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