Thursday, December 29, 2011

Because You're Mine- Upcoming Exhibition

Image: Because You're Mine, 2011, Archival Digital Inkjet Print

I am very excited to announce the opening of my unique solo show at the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor, Because You're Mine. Unique, because it opens in conjunction with Brett Day Windham's own show entitled I Put a Spell on You. The titles obviously are a bit of call and response. The two shows are each in their own conjoining galleries of the museum and show case each of our individual works, however the two of us will be exhibiting a collaborative video installation entitled Key West. We began working on the project together during a residency at The Studios of Key West in December '10. The show's opening will take place on January 12, 2012 from 6-8 at the UMMA at 40 Harlow St, Bangor ME 04401, and will be on view until March 24 2012.

Info can be found on the museum's website here:

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Lost Highway (still)

Archival Digital Print. 19" x 28," 2010.

Lost Highway

Dark Cowboy 2010 from George Terry on Vimeo.

Digital Video, 2010.

This is the second part of a new body of work involving a character I call the Dark Cowboy. The Dark Cowboy may be the devil, or is at least a close associate.

Dark Cowboy Triptych (stills)

3 Archival Digital Prints. 19" x 28" each, 2010.

Dark Cowboy

Digital Video, 2010.

The Cloud In My Mind

Digital Video, 2009.

This is a second iteration of the original video performance "13 Minute Surprise." This piece incorporates two- channel audio.

13 Minute Surprise

"13 Minute Surprise," was a video installation combining a performance on video, a TV, a VCR, and a mechanical video disruption device, which physically affected the video signal. The wires in front of the tv screen actually conduct the video signal. When the wires touch, the video is clear, when they do not touch, there is noise and distortion.