Video Design for 2010 experimental, multimedia performance written and directed by Caleb Hammond Performed by Ceasr F. Barajas, Samantha Gregg, Susan Josephs, Tim Ottman, and Amber Skalski Set/Video/Sound design by Rise Industries (Michele Jaquis and Jeremy Quinn) Lighting design by R. Christopher Stokes Walks Through Walls is a transcendent installation/performance piece investigating the human condition as an expressionistic landscape of continually disappearing experiences of agony and ecstasy. It is a portrait in motion of the ephemerality of memory and desire created by boldly physical actors enmeshed in a canvas of beautiful theatrical imagery and sound.+ More details
Excerpts from the preview performance of the play Meditations: Eva Hesse. Rise Industries co-conspirators Jeremy J. Quinn and Michele Jaquis did the set and video design, respectively. Documentation video edited by Jeremy J. Quinn Design. Meditations: Eva Hesse was written by Marcie Begleiter, directed by David Watkins, and produced by Michael Vanderbilt. For more info see: http://www.meditationsevahesse.com/+ More details
A video from the Rise Industries residency at the Institute of Cultural Inquiry in Los Angeles. This video shows the swinging of two Foucault's Pendulums at different locations on the globe - each pointed at the center of the earth, and with their rotation controlled by the earths rotation. The project seeks to reveal the mechanisms defining time as we measure it. This video is a collaboration with Sarah Rushford.+ More details
This is a short clip comprised of still photographs of the artist and architect Jeremy Quinn passing through his installation "California Pastoral" at the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) as part of the California Design Biennial. Read more about it here. http://www.rise-ind.com/jeremyquinn/installation/Cal%20Pastoral/CA%20Pastoral.htm+ More details
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