Watch me break it down.

digital video, 38 seconds, part of the Experiments in Immediacy series, 2006

In this video, I proved that any space can become a temporary disco in this series of solitary, imrpovised dances in public locations in and around Buffalo, NY where I was working on my MFA in the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo.  This video gives viewers a privileged view of the performances, one that the immediate audience could not access during the moments of their enactment.

Watch me break it down. has also screened as a two-channel version in gallery spaces.  It functions best when the monitors or projections are on opposite walls so that a viewer stands between the two images.