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Carrizo-Parkfield Diaries 2004-2008

[project description and illustrations in progress, please check back soon!]

Carrizo-Parkfield Diaries illuminates 'seismic memory', linking geomorphologic data from fault activity with PTSD visualizations: the diaries make cybernetic loops through the unpredictable and transient scores of post-shock earthquake landscapes and neural pathways. Large-scale large-scale photoworks, video and high-definition video from Carrizo Plain, along the San Andreas Fault in California, exploring synchronicity between natural disaster and human trauma. 

Carrizo-Parkfield Diaries debuted in 2005 at an artist project space, Transport Gallery, in downtown Los Angeles. The project was shown in its entirety on the East Coast as a solo exhibition at American University Museum / Katzen Art Center in Washington, DC in 2007. Portions appear in the public collections of Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; Turbulence, New York; and Experimental Television Center, New York. Videos from the Diaries project have shown internationally, in InteractivA 07 Biennial of New Media Art, Merida;  in solo exhibition at  the Cartes Centre for Art and Technology, Espoo (Helsinki),  with support from the American Scandinavian Foundation; Bildmuseet Umeå; Bucharest Biennial 3; and with Sara Tecchia Roma New York (2006). 

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