Artist in Resident at Signal Culture

Greetings from Owego, NY, where I've been gifted a week's artist residency to try my hand at mixing video signals and diving deeper into my work while retreated from the city.  

Elvis on the Wobbulator - 1970s device by Nam June Paik and video engineer Shuya Abe, recreated by Signal Culture's own Jason Bernagozzi. Here's Elvis saying "The image is one thing, the human being is another. . . it's hard to live up to an image." Yes. It. Is. Thank. You. Very. Much. 

Elvis on the Wobbulator - 1970s device by Nam June Paik and video engineer Shuya Abe, recreated by Signal Culture's own Jason Bernagozzi. Here's Elvis saying "The image is one thing, the human being is another. . . it's hard to live up to an image." Yes. It. Is. Thank. You. Very. Much. 

Signal Culture was founded in 2012 by Jason Bernagozzi, Debora Bernagozzi & Hank Rudolph with the idea to create an environment where innovative artists, toolmakers, curators, critics, and art historians who are contributing to the field of media art will have time and space to make new work and to interact with one another. In addition to the residency program, we wanted to organize public exhibitions and produce resources for researchers and practitioners in the field of experimental media art as a way to expand support beyond the residency.
— www.signalculture.org
Selfie from Signal Culture Residency with toolmaker Darcy Neal. Time does in fact fly when you're having fun. 

Selfie from Signal Culture Residency with toolmaker Darcy Neal. Time does in fact fly when you're having fun.