2000, Video, 4:00 (Colour, Stereo)
Snowfarm looks at spatial-perceptual frameworks in relation to desire. Architecturally-scaled human miniatures are presented in interior, architecturally designed spaces — all of which are public and surveilled. A narrative is implied as the figures are depicted in situations or moments which allude to past, present, or future events. Ergonomically designed forms (chairs) act as surrogates or satellites for the body. Snowfarm is a self-manifested place which is constantly fleeting, drifting through space. It exists in both a state of suspension and movement . As a place of desire, accumulation, and harvest, the viewer/spectator is the producer of images — the farmer of snow. Snowfarm is a place of intangible harvest.