Shown at the Artist's Brooklyn Home, NY | 2012

Shown at Frequency Response— a screen collective exhibition hosted by Electronic Arts Intermix | EAI, New York City | 2013

The video, conceived in 2012 when Hurricane Sandy devastated New York City, explored transitional spaces, loss and memory. I removed the setting from the traditional places where they would be occurring to unfold them in public transitory settings such as airports, trains and escalators. These a-temporal places embody loss as anonymous happenings. “One Art,” a poem by Elizabeth Bishop, inspired the work. |  Brooklyn, NY