Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Coleman Center residency progress Tues Jan 29

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

There is much interest in my project here at the Coleman Center. People stop by every hour with photographs and stories of their past experiences and motivations for joining the service.

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To My Dearest and Beloved Family, Aubrey, England, May 3, 1945

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On Monday I worked with the Art Club, showing them how to use the equipment and talking about the many different ways the military is represented through photography and film.

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Touching up a WWI image

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Fred Adams and his portrait

Robot self-portraits #3-7

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Robot self-portrait #3 (Disneyland)

Robot self-portrait #4 (Disneyland)

Robot self-portrait #5 (Disneyland)

Robot self-portrait #6 (Dublin)

Robot self-portrait #7 (Golden Gate Bridge)

Robot self-portrait #1-2

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

Robot self-portrait #1 (Tallahassee)

Robot self-portrait #2 (Tallahassee)

A Single Composite, May 7–June 24, Bauer&Ewald, Berlin

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

This week I am installing an ambitious new project in a quaint and friendly space called bauer&ewald located in Kreuzberg / Neuköln (Berlin) opening on May 7 until the end of June. There will be a party on the evening of the opening day. Please come if you are in town.

You can see a video of a small study online here and here.

A Single Composite
Owen Mundy

May 7–June 24

Vernissage (opening): May 7, 19:00+
Finissage (closing): June 23, 19:00+

“Nothing now distinguishes the function of the weapon and the eye; the projectile’s image and the image’s projectile form a single composite.”
—Paul Virilio in “War & Cinema”

A Single Composite is a kinetic installation and multi-projection/viewing apparatus consisting of one 100cm wide film strip stretched, twisted, and looped through multiple spaces by reconstituted digital printer chassis. This cinematic enterprise, a sprawling film through which declassified and other found reconnaissance footage is projected on walls, ceilings, and floors, forms a series of individual moments of surveillance and implied violence.

Bauer&Ewald
Lenaustraße 20
12047 Neukölln-Berlin
u8 schönleinstraße, u7/u8 hermannplatz

http://bauerundewald.com

Öffnungszeiten (open hours):
Mo-Sa ab 18:00, So ab 16:00
jeweils bis spätnachts (until late)

[Study for] A Single Composite [poly6]

Monday, April 25th, 2011

A study for an upcoming installation in Berlin.

[Study for] A Single Composite [poly4]

Friday, April 15th, 2011

A study for an upcoming installation in Berlin.

Sketch for A Single Composite

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Corporate aura

Saturday, March 12th, 2011

Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google Inc., at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, February 16, 2011

Portraits from The Americans, Niceville, FL

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

Just received files from the portraits taken during The Americans exhibition in Niceville, FL. See more images on my website.

Many thanks to K.C. Williams, Director of the Holzhauer Gallery at Northwest Florida State College for her help in coordinating this project.

You Never Close Your Eyes Anymore (new video by Asa Gauen)

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

I am very much enjoying the video my friend, Asa Gauen, is working on for You Never Close Your Eyes Anymore, which is installed at AC Institute in New York until July 31.