(USA, 2000, 3 minutes, sound)
The last ninety years of a complex life become eclipsed by an escape from a burning building.
(USA, 2001, 2 minutes, corrupted sound file)
An obituary whittles one's social contribution down to its barest form.
(Norway, 2011, 4 minutes, Norwegian with English titles)
A typeface formed by hand from paper clips spells out an imperfect construction of a national history as it visualizes a period of nonviolent resistance.
(Finlan, 2010, 8 minutes, mobile video, color, Finnish with English titles)
Marking a shift in the functioning of private and public space, after existing as a sidewalk staple for over a century, the phone booth in Finland is now extinct. The artist uses her camera phone to document the passing.
(USA, 2012, 4 minutes, color, sound)
Rachel Carson is dead, but the sea is still around us . . . this small lake is a sad reminder of what is taking place all over the land, from carelessness, shortsightedness, and arrogance. It is our pool of shame in this, our particular instant of time. (E.B. White, 1964)
(USA, 2013, 9 minutes, color, mono recording from 1953)
Prussian blue can be used to render images and counteract radiation poisoning.