about the collaborators
lynn silverman | the experience of living on three different continents — north america, europe, and australia — has had a profound affect on the way lynn sees the world. in 1975, she left for sydney, australia almost immediately after graduating with a bfa in photography from pratt institute in brooklyn, new york. in 1983, lynn moved to the united kingdom where she taught photography at several art schools and continued to explore the relationship between space and place, and observing how light and time affect the surfaces of everyday objects.
in her current series lifelines, 1994-present, electrical cords depicted in the photograph power the light source that illuminates the space. interior lights, 2019, is lynn’s first foray into animation. working with animated images instead of sequencing a set of still photographs in a book, interior lights is a natural extension of her ongoing desire to discover more nuanced relationships between people and places.
lynn was awarded a 2010 fulbright scholarship to the czech republic. she is currently emeritus professor in photography at the maryland institute college of art in baltimore, maryland.
jason sloan is an electronic musician, composer, and sound artist practicing in baltimore, md. his sound art explores immateriality and its relationship to memory, systems and the virtual world. Besides his notoriety in the ambient and space music scenes for close to two decades, Jason has released over twenty studio albums, and has been included on multiple various artist collections.
jason received his bfa from edinboro university and his mfa from towson university. his installations, network.art, video art and documented performances have been exhibited internationally in cities such as berlin, copenhagen, edinburgh, kiev, nagoya, saint petersburg, toulouse, lisbon, uden and vienna. jason has played live all over the us, canada and europe including the influential live constructions radio program at columbia university, berlin’s liquid sky tv, STEIM in amsterdam, CMMAS in morelia, and philadelphia’s the gatherings concert series; one of the country’s oldest continuing ambient and electronic music series in the world.
jason is a professor teaching full-time in the interactive arts [ia] department in addition to being the founder and program director of the sound art program at the maryland institute college of art in baltimore, maryland.
lynn silverman and jason sloan
interior lights, 2019
original aspect ratio: 1920 x 1280
original soundtrack: stereo
online version: ambisonic audio
duration: 4m 32s
the artists would like to thank sara hill for her assistance in editing the video.