Bare Life press release:
A multi-channel photomontage animation that is presented as an object similar to an altar piece or a product display. It is constructed from an LCD screen and personal media players. It functions as a machine to contain, decipher and display images gathered from online sources. It situates itself within a soft-fascism, producing a baroque spectacle that unfolds and repeats. It, perhaps, is a clockwork meant to tell the time in an age of tech-fetish and availability at a glance.
Inside and out, the obsessive accumulation and reorganization reflects indefinitely between the virtual machine and the machine at large.
From the catalogue for Agency: Art and Advertising, Kevin Concannon and John Noga, 2008: