JD Beltran, Jim Campbell, Gigi Janchang, Marion Gray
Curated by Terri Cohn at Meridian Gallery
These collaborative artwork’s also demonstrate the possibilities created by advancing technology, also discussed in the post on The Virtual Window by Anne Friedberg.
JD Beltran’s work splits a single composition into four different media using painting, photography, film, and video.
Jim Campbell’s work travels a color-pixel across two portraits, illuminating the relationships between perception, memory, and light.
These two artists were part of an exhibition curated by Terri Cohn at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco March 2010.
The link below shows the artworks in motion during this exhibition:
Also another approach to consider when working with material from the landscape and focusing on framing,is not only the use of media and video, but incorporating a complex artwork involving both still image and a digitally moving image. Both media of the same place, would create an interesting illusion.