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Greenscreen, Bluescreen is an evolving public project that explores the failures and possibilities of green screen technology for remembering pasts, imagining futures and playing with the hybrid nature of our present. At its core, are Greenscreen and Bluescreen, editioned paintings which function as “faulty” green screens: that is, instead of serving as a smooth chroma green or blue backdrop, the paintings are punctuated by cut-outs and gradations of green and blue brushstrokes, which prevent one from cleanly keying them out.

In 2023-24, Greenscreen and Bluescreen will be transported to various public spaces where they will be activated by the artist and participants using historic images of the site in which they are temporarily stationed.

Bluescreen (Second Edition), 2023. Video documentation of single-panel screen walking through The Brooklyn Army Terminal. Cyanotype on muslin, with stitching; and acrylic on tulle. Video documentation by Anne Marie Rooney.

Greenscreen (Third Edition), 2023. Single-panel screen. Oil, acrylic and mixed media on canvas stretched on aluminum frame, mounted on aluminum feet. 80 in x 36 in. Installed at The Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NY

Greenscreen (Fourth Edition), 2023. Video documentation of two-panel screen walking through New York, NY. Oil, acrylic and mixed media on canvas stretched on aluminum frame, mounted on aluminum feet. Video documentation by Anne Marie Rooney.

Greenscreen (Third Edition), 2023. Single-panel screen. Oil, acrylic and mixed media on canvas stretched on aluminum frame, mounted on aluminum feet. 80 in x 36 in. Installed at Bush Terminal Park, Brooklyn, NY. 

Greenscreen (Fourth Edition), 2023. Video documentation of two-panel screen walking through Cambridge, MA. Oil, acrylic and mixed media on canvas stretched on aluminum frame, mounted on aluminum feet. Video documentation by Elio Kennedy-Yoon.

GREENSCREEN, BLUESCREEN

Greenscreen (First Edition), 2023. Video documentation of single-panel screen walking through New Haven, CT. Oil, acrylic, thread and mirrored plexiglass on canvas. 72 in x 72 in.

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