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Portrait of Water is part of Lincoln Schatz’s continuing investigation of systems. For this project, he filmed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and Lake Michigan. The resulting generative video explores the formal, cognitive, and physical experience of these three bodies of water.
Portraiture has historically been a means to immortality for the sitter. Traditionally portraits are staged, single moments bound by the time in which the individual modeled for the artist. Lincoln Schatz builds on this tradition with a new multi-disciplinary work, Cube, that combines attributes of architecture, sculpture, new media, relational aesthetics, and performance to create […]
I am Here is a commission for a private collection in Shanghai, China. Two screens are mounted opposite the elevator door that delivers you directly into the apartment. One camera captures you exiting the elevator, and a second camera – 28 stories away – records people entering and exiting the […]