Threshold of day and night, mid-tide, half-moon. Fluorescent tubes powered by collected solar energy from the same day. Illuminated for the same duration of the sun passing through the line of the horizon. The temperature gradation from warmest to coolest away from the point of the suns departure. North Sea, Scheveningen Beach, Netherlands 2010. Documentary made by Eliane Bots and supported by Satellietgroep, Den Haag. (sample)+ More details
Live-feed, in-camera abstraction filming the threshold of where the Zeene River disappears into a tunnel under the city of Brussels. Part of installation: 'Vanishing Point: Drawing Appearance', Nadine, Brussels 2010. Sound by Foton, Brussels. (sample)+ More details
Drawing a live-feed, in-camera abstraction, based on the incoming tide at Scheveningen, North Sea, Netherlands 2011. Shown as part of installations: 'Drawing: Subterranean', Gemak, Den Haag, Netherlands 2011, 'Drawing: Horizons', Curated by Dr Julie Louise Bacon, Project Space, Melbourne, Australia 2011 (sample)+ More details
Site-specific kinetic light installation, aligning thresholds between: electrical pulse - perception, the body - architectural geometry, earths orbit - suns light. Cycles emerge from passageways, hemispheres radiate through line. Summer Solstice. Location: The glass bridge between EON power plant - DCR Arts building. Den Haag 2011 Commissioned by: TransSpan Supported by: DCR Gueststudios/ Theater Zeebelt / NEST+ More details
Drawing a line across Lake Frome in Australia’s interior using a light aircraft. The salt crystals of Lake Frome have a unique luminosity that makes the lake visible from outer space. The door was taken off the aircraft to film directly down on the lake. Fluctuations in the air pressure from an aproaching sand storm, created gestures in the distance between the plane and the lake, extending the spatial variations in the video drawing. Gallery of South Australia 2007, Queensland Center of Photography 2008, School of Art Gallery RMIT Melbourne 2009, Galerie Maurits vaan de Laan, Den Haag 2012. (sample only)+ More details
Double Fountain [after a water clock design by the Arab engineer Al-Jazari 1136-1206]. A collaborative work between James Geurts and Dr Julie Louise Bacon made at the Madatech, Israel 2011. Shown as part of installations: 'Drawing: on Thresholds', Center of Contemporary Art in Telaviv 2011, and installed on a 16ft x 9ft portable screen in Halifax Harbour, part of the Photopolis festival, supported by Eyelevel Gallery, Halifax 2011. (sample only) Reveiw:http://www.canadianart.ca/online/reviews/2012/03/29/3x3x3-eyelevel-gallery/+ More details
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