Intervals is a series of 16mm film loop installations in which the inherent mechanical flaws of film projectors become a form of generative choreography. Over time, the three independently projected color channels will phase in their synchronization. The series is meant to be a process of reflection, a way to address questions of materiality, repetition and time.
Intervals #3 is part of Monumomentum: A TAD Project.
Monumomentum: Scale shifts in space/time.
Curator Statement: With Monumomentum, we play with scale shifts in size, distance, duration, and perspective in ways that rethink routine experiences and the everyday.
TAD stands for Temporary Alternative Duty (often used in reference to labor), but also an acronym for Toby And Don, the two curators behind TAD Projects: Tobias Fike and Donald Fodness. Formed in 2022, to generate exhibitions and art related experiences. With a DIY spirit and desire to experiment curatorially, TAD sets out to strengthen, bridge and build community through art. We emphasize the alternative.
Kevin Sweet is a multimedia artist and educator working across film, performance, and immersive design. His creative practice and research centers narrative and embodied forms of creative play. Kevin holds an MFA in Film/Video from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a PhD from CU Boulder.