Woman at the Window, installation view (front) Woman at the Window, installation view (back)
Woman at the Window, front (detail)
Woman at the Window, digital chromogenic prints (mounted both sides) on gator, steel frame, 16.5 × 23.5 inches
Churchyard Gate, 14" Sanyo CRT television monitor, media player, steel stand
Ships at Anchor, 14" Hitachi CRT television monitor, media player, RF modulator, steel stand.
The Lone Tree, 14" Toshiba CRT television monitor and DVD player
Woman at the Window, 14" Durabrand CRT television monitor, media player, steel stand
The Cemetery at Sunset, 14" Toshiba CRT television monitor, media player, steel stand

The dead screens of five CRT televisions were used as reflective surfaces. They were taken outdoors where scenes—picked for their resonance with Romantic landscape paintings from the nineteenth century—were deliberately reflected in the screen’s surfaces. Each surface was photographed in situ and later—now plugged in and turned on—becomes a receptive surface and is fed its own reflection as a JPEG image.