Collaborating with Installation Artist Elaine Buckholtz

Super excited that Elaine and I will be collaborating on the creation of BRING ON THE LUMIERE. The project will be a combination of my performance work with her amazingly cool light installation and video. We are going to conquer space and light together. I am a huge fan of Elaine’s work and so excited to be working with her.

Here are some my favorites pieces from her website: http://nighthouse.withtank.com/

Night Cafe In Living Color, 2008

Middlesticks, 2008

Night Away, 2007

Elaine Buckholtz, Bio:

Elaine’s most recent work utilizes video and light in relation to sculptural forms, digital prints, and preexisting sites in architecture and nature under the cover of darkness.  She has shown work at The Swiss Technorama Museum, Winterthur Switzerland, Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, San Francisco, California, The Claremont Museum in Southern California, Pierogi Leipzig, Leipzig Germany, The Luggage Store in San Francisco,The San Francisco Arts Commission, California College of The Arts, Stanford University, The Wexner Center For The Arts, Sun Valley Center For The Arts, and Fusion Art Space, San Francisco, California.

Elaine attended The California College Of The Arts on a Jacob K. Javits Fellowship from 2002-2004 and received her MFA from Stanford University in 2006. She currently teaches at Stanford University in the Art and Art History department as an adjunct faculty member. She has worked as a Lighting and Visual Designer in the bay area for 20 years and has also worked with Merce Cunningham and Meredith Monk recreating their visual environments internationally. She continues to tour with Meredith Monk as a Lighting Designer.

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