Installation View 

Mixed Media collage, strobe lights, projection video, webcam, projector, tripod
2019

Photographs by Daniel Orr

info
×

Installation View 

Mixed Media collage, strobe lights, projection video, webcam, projector, tripod
2019

info
×

Installation View 

Projection video, webcam
2019

info
×

Installation View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape, projector, tripod
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape, projector, tripod
2019

info
×

Detail View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape
2019

info
×

Installation View

Photo paper, printer paper, rice paper, transparency, cord, string, printed masking tape, masking tape, projector, tripod
2019

info
×

"Subjective Framework is a study of subject/object interaction within the context of a framed environment. Through the use of photo, video, and collage, Ben DeHaan explores what it means to be the subject of your own study (the camera) while simultaneously being studied by the outside environment (the webcam) and how to represent this subject matter in material form (the collage). 



A landscape emerges; moving, connecting and building layers on itself while simultaneously fragmenting. This intricate network of visual information was built with the premise of playing with a singular frame and playing with where those boundaries begin and end." 
-Irina Skornyakova. Satellite Space

Using Format