For more than a year, David and Hi-jin invited every person who visited their home to sit for a silent, fifteen second video portrait. While all readily agreed, they showed distinct reactions once in front of the camera.
“Suspense” is a visually metaphorical installation that studies movement and transition, both physically and sonically.
To stand at the very edge of Niagara Falls is to feel the water’s primal pull. There, where the roaring river drops away at your feet, you can partake in an ageless miracle.
The book is an attempt to bring the Niagara Falling project to a larger audience.
Spinning investigates human relationships through movement. Four dancers are filmed on rotating platforms, acting out a spontaneous emotional play.
On January 11th 2002, an attractive, happily married woman named Dianne Derby was diagnosed with lung cancer.