This exhibit opens May 4, 2018 at the Cincinnati Arts:
C. Jacqueline Wood, artist and director of the Mini Microcinema in downtown Cincinnati, presents a multi-channel installation utilizing various digital and analog formats. What Makes a Life uses found footage and original content to examine memory, both personal and technological, and the influence it has on our daily life.
The piece uses multiple screens as well as video projection, and evolves from day to night, commenting on our ever-changing relationship to the environment. Wood’s installation creates a different mode of visual storytelling by using the spatial relationship of screens to juxtapose digital culture with “real life.”