600 Fairbanks Chicago was a longer term project that was a large scale video installation, a set of smaller individual video works and a series of limited edition prints in six sets. Each set features photographs created from my generative video work and take as their subject, the construction of a massive high-rise condominium in the center of Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood.

Capturing images from every angle and vantage point, these prints create another way of understanding process and time over the course of this massive undertaking. I was able to place, amongst other locations, cameras at the end of a crane’s boom, which allowed for us to really change the scale and perspective of the artwork.