A group of private rooms pulsate with cinematic light and raucous sound radiating from behind their closed translucent doors. Stereotypical couples’ arguments, edited from four distinct Hollywood films, create a complex voyeuristic environment that both attracts and repels. The installation contrasts formal minimalist elements of color and light with the noisy fallout of media-driven culture.
Four-channel installation created in 2009 for California Museum of Photography, Riverside, California.
dimensions: 16’ x 16’ x 8’
materials: four televisions, four DVD players, eight audio speakers, four translucent doors, frosted vinyl, mixed construction materials.