Everything I am is a Color of Nothing
Multi-channel video installation
Everything I am is a Color of Nothing is a multichannel video installation that explores the relationship among Buddhist philosophy, digital technologies, and identity within late capitalism and networked culture. Specifically, the installation employs projection mapping and glitch techniques to think through concepts of Sunyata: the emptiness that comprises reality out of which worldly identities, concepts, dualities, feelings, and thoughts are produced. Represented symbolically through the installation’s ultra-black matte forms, Sunyata becomes a site of pure possibilities, an ocean of compassion, a blissful womb, an undifferentiated void of everything and nothing, identify and non-self.
Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD, April-June 2022.