Kammer 2.1 is a collection of digital art, primarily short
videos, that viewers can browse on a PC-based display.
Think of it as a hybrid of a contemporary art gallery
installation and a nature center interpretive exhibit.

First exhibited May 29 - August 30, 2009 at the
Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
as part of the LAND/ART program
The browser-based system keeps
user-interface simple. It's as easy
to navigate as a basic website.
New works were added to the display
throughout the summer.
Support for Kammer 2.1 came in large part from a    
New Visions Award from the New Mexico Film Office.
Kammer 2.1 anatomy:
video still from La 2e Peste
The initial installment includes
29 pages with 12 videos
(trt: 17 minutes, 28 seconds), plus
3 loops and 5 interactive images.
Updates on Kammer 2.1:

08.10.2012: Cousins at Screengrab New Media Art Awards, Townsville, Australia

02.18.2012:
Cousins at Blue Sky Project New Media Festival, Dayton, Ohio

04.23.2011:
Cousins at 15th Annual ASU Art Museum Short Film Fest

12.06.2010: Judges for the 2010 New Visions Awards were Stephen Ausherman,
       Nanobah Becker, TJ Nabors, and Diane Schneier Perrin

09.02.2010:
Jetty Jack X5 on Soundlab VII

05.14.2010:
La 2e Peste at the NM Filmmakers Showcase

04.15-18.2010: La 2e Peste at the White Sands International Film Festival

02.13.2010: La 2e Peste at "3" a three-minute film festival in Mishawaka, Indiana

11.15.2009: Screening at the New Mexico Film Museum, Santa Fe

09.16.2009:
La 2e Peste at the WPA Experimental Media Series

09.11.2009:
Bovine Saga wins the Leopold Legacy Film Series Competition
video still from Bovine Saga
video still from La 2e Peste