Everything, All of it, All the Time is a multi-channel installation. It is comprised of images and sounds reminiscent of long drives and time spent watching shadows on the wall. It is an homage to the state of waiting and the aesthetics of noise—the nonlinear information, all of it, that resists narrative meaning. And it is also inspired by my daughter's term, “night car,” used to describe how time passes sleepily on long night drives.

Florence Night Out, POD Project, Florence, MA, May 6, 2016. This video version uses documentation, video and sound from the installation and the event. (6 minutes)