Touch This


Projected on tin foil, a material that invokes sci-fi movies, a large-scale, two-channel video installation will live under the bleacher area of Fenway Park. As an uneven and reflective surface, tin foil creates a glistening, refracted image, which disrupts the viewer’s spatial reasoning. Thus, the video space seems to merge with a real, physical space. Fleetingly the videos seem to be one long screen of distorted cinematic imagery; but often, the separate projections will create rhythmic patterns that flicker in symmetrical opposition to each other. The confusing, disruptive, and addicting videos will be accompanied by an audio component that uses heavily altered samples from pop music and an out-of-sync phasing technique to create an overall sense of unease.


Boston-based multimedia artist Jesse Kaminsky combines common, recognizable materials with video and audio components to create immersive, transformative environments. He received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.  He has exhibited throughout the US and in the alternative spaces of Boston and New England since 2001; he produces a weekly radio show for WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio stream. 

Isabella Koen is a multidisciplinary artist who is currently studying at Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a focus on Studio for Interrelated Media and Sculpture. Her art tends to revolve around synthesizer work, sound art, djing and producing her own music.


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