Search Engine Vision "ISIS", Single Channel Video, 2016
6min 31sec, 1920 x 1080 HD
Search Engine Vision "ISIS" explores the semiotic shift of language as transient definitions that form organically Online. The first half of the piece starts with one thousand videos of the "Isis Goddess," as a result of a YouTube search. The search all ready contains the terrorist organization ISIS, however when the search is pure "ISIS" a new group of one thousand videos emerges that starts to deconstruct the Goddess ISIS semiotically and in form.
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Art Prize 12, Time-Based Category, Juror Yesomi Umolu, writer and Exhibitions Curator at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, ArtPrize 8, 2016, Grand Rapids, MI.
Wallpaper Installation 10 x 180 ft
Funded by Foundation for the Arts Emergency Grants & The ArtPrize Artist Seed Grant & The Frey Foundation.
Project printed at the Detroit Wallpaper Co.