Medulla is a project combining video, performance, installation, and traditional media to create an environment centered around science and the not yet understood components of the human brain.
The definition of a neuron (also known as a neuron or nerve cell) is an electrically excitable cell that processes and transmits information through electrical and chemical signals.The lights in my work are representative of these electrical currents.
I am connecting biology of the human brain to the imagery we are able to create. This is a study of creation and manifestations of human-like creatures that emerge from “brain matter”, and the brain cells instrumental in this process.
I am a person who prefers to speak through imagery rather than words. Images come easier to me. How can you converse with imagery in every day situations?”
I would like to thank everyone who has helped me, in one way another, bring Medulla to fruition: Jessica Davenport, Steve Liggett, Mark David Carr, Amy Decatur Flaming, Kristin Pickard, Dani Widell, Crystal Jensen, Peter Hay , JP Morrison Lans, Kris Murray, Chandra Hall, Karen Ipesterkittens Lacy, Sami Lee, Olivia Jensen, and many others.