is a multi-media interactive installation of liminality. Conceived specifically for Interaccess Electronic Media Arts Centre in Toronto. float/fly was part of the 2008 Inside/Out Festival of Queer Cinema through their collaboration with local galleries. There is a critical review of this installation in Esse magazine. The installation is comprised of 4 pieces: I Like Girls, […]


The Cheeky FotoBooth

is a cheeky interactive photo booth showing and printing almost images of the viewer… almost. Camera, LCD screen, box, printer and computer running Max/MSP Showings: Umwelten, Gowanus Studio Space, 2009  


solo exhibition Media Noche Interactive video projections Camera sensor, computer running Max/MSP, solar powered wireless webcam, url November 12, 2009 – January 2, 2010 diegetic. is an interactive narrative of the triangulated gaze. Two large-scale portraits of queer, transgender and gender-non-conformers are projected on the storefront windows and follow the movement of the onlookers. You […]


Greatest Love of All

Director/Editor: niknaz Camera: Warut Snidvongs TRT: 12:53 | HD Short, on-the-street documentary investigating public memory around the song, The Greatest Love of All. Screened in The Greatest Love of All installation as part of the Congress of the Collectives through Flux Factory, New York City. The Greatest Love of All installation was made in conjunction […]

Mapping Fields

is experiential.  Taking over the basement level of 45 Bleeker Street, ten works engage both audience and artist equally.  Along their contours, the works will talk to each other.  A curatorial endeavour, mapping fields brings together artists who use personal narrative to explore political critique, who push the boundaries of their mediums, who subvert the […]


diegetic., as witnessed

is a site-specific interactive video projection where movement on the street triggers the gaze of a large-scale video portrait on the storefront window. Since the space is in transition, between what was once there to what soon will be, I want to use this flux as a means to reflect on the idea of change. […]