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My work builds on the tradition of installations that incorporate live imagery of viewers to alter their sense of space, time, power, and self. It also shares a lineage with work that explores the formal properties and infrastructure of the video medium itself. Significantly, however, my work extends the possibilities of both genres by involving computational tools. Because I write my own software, I can both extract and reinterpret information in the incoming video signal, and radically refigure the output possibilities for time-based imagery. While many artists work with available digital tools for editing and compositing moving imagery, I am interested in inventing new possibilities for the medium itself.

Recent Submissions

  • 2008 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

    Utterback, Camille (2009-06-08)
    Raw Data - Personal Visceral Devices explores how contemporary technology can provide us with new relationships to our visceral experiences of pleasure and pain. Our primary contemporary mode of personal memory is ...
  • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

    Utterback, Camille (2009-03-31)
    Temporal Contraptions are hybrid interactive installations/objects that create multi-directional feedback loops between the physical world, computational systems, and past states of both. In these pieces, an artist-written ...


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