Carnivore's Cathedral

(2003)

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Carnivore's Cathedral

(2003)

Kinetic Sculpture

6' x 6' x 5'

About

Keywords: Tolkien, Christ, Your Empire and Your Desktop

Carnivore’s Cathedral – A neo-Christian Karaoke machine / computer cathedral with kinetic gargoyles leading an imperial theme song sing along.

GodsEye is borrowed from the computer gaming term God’s eye perspective which positions the player as a God/General/Wizard floating above the world – awarded total control over cities, armies and minions. GodsEyecosists of several computer sculptures that make up a techno-/neo-medieval landscape built around the functional hardware elements of a computer desktop environment: keyboard, mouse, monitor, tower, etc. Formally, it draws from the subcultures of custom computer case modifications, hardware hacking, computer game modification and sampling.

Exhibition History

Intercommunications Center (ICC), Tokyo, Japan
Grand Arts, Kansas City, MI
Postmasters Gallery, NY,NY