Jenine Shereos | Breath(e), Installation with video, sound and handmade object, 2005 A mysterious object is suspended in the center of the wall, and is revealed as the video fades to white. The viewer has the opportunity to align their shadow with this object, a pair of lungs constructed using fibrous materials, thus positioning themselves simultaneously within the body and within the landscape. Notions of the body, time and memory are alluded to within the work.
Spanish artist Daniel Canogar took footage from 360 used DVDs and projected the images back onto their surfaces in a sculptural installation titled Sikka. The projected film segments were all selected based on their color, sound, shape and movement, creating an amazing "audio-visual mosaic." (via urdesign)
Bill Viola (American), Heaven and Earth, 1992 -exposed tubes of two video monitors are positioned facing each other, separated by a few inches and mounted at the ends of two wood columns -the upper monitor shows the artist's mother on her deathbed and the lower monitor shows the face of his newborn son. Since the glass surface of each monitor reflects the image on the opposing screen, the birth-face and the death-face appear simultaneously as layered reflections within each other's image
Jennifer Steinkamp's "Eye Catching" (2003) video installed in a 1915 Pump House which sits adjacent to the collectors' residence. The collectors had the pump house renovated by the architect Gary Cunningham. The industrial building was once a source of water for the entire township of Highland Park; it still contains all of its pump equipment and can be flooded with some four inches of water for special occasions like barefoot black-tie parties.