Woman at the Window, installation view (front) Woman at the Window, installation view (back)
Woman at the Window, digital chromogenic prints (mounted both sides) on gator, steel frame, 16.5 × 23.5 inches
5 small TVs on tall metal stands, in a gallery
Closeup of a TV with blue image of a gate
Churchyard Gate, 14" Sanyo CRT television monitor, media player, steel stand
Closeup of a TV with blue image of a seascape with a figure
Ships at Anchor, 14" Hitachi CRT television monitor, media player, RF modulator, steel stand.
Closeup of a TV with violet-blue image of tree
The Lone Tree, 14" Toshiba CRT television monitor and DVD player
Closeup of a TV with violet-blue image of a woman at a window
Woman at the Window, 14" Durabrand CRT television monitor, media player, steel stand
Closeup of a TV with blue-orange image of trees and monuments
The Cemetery at Sunset, 14" Toshiba CRT television monitor, media player, steel stand

After the first miraculous sighting of the Caspar David Friedrich painting Woman at the Window in the dead screen of a CRT television sitting in my studio, I took a series of televisions outside and and using their screens as reflective surfaces, tried to capture other Friedrich paintings. Later with the televisions plugged in and turned on, I fed each screen the photographed image of itself.