katarina jerinic
studies in geology
proposals for...(temporary projects)
one step is 3.6 million miles
about
collaborations and contributions
sidewalk drawings
SIDEWALK DRAWINGS
signs and landmarks
SIGNS AND LANDMARKS
THE LIMITS OF TOPOGRAPHY
neighborhood maps
here and there
erratic monument
VISITOR CENTER FOR ERRATIC MONUMENTS
HERE AND THERE
NEIGHBORHOOD MAPS
street signs became flags that mark mountaintops
STREET SIGNS BECAME FLAGS THAT MARK MOUNTAINTOPS

Big Bang (video still)
2006
single channel video, color, sound
10:55 minutes
watch on Vimeo

A re-enactment of the birth, life and death of the universe with beer bottles

 

beautification this sit
BEAUTIFICATION THIS SITE
THE LIMITS OF TOPOGRAPHY
CLICK ON IMAGE
FOR LARGER VIEW
CLOUD SHADOWS AND DRIFTING VAPORS

Escape velocity is the minimum speed required to escape the gravitational field of a planet without ever falling back. (video still)
2007
single channel video, color, sound
1:26 minutes
watch on Vimeo

 

Untitled
2007
digital c-print
30 x 40 inches

These photographs of the street and it’s terrain were made with images made by the Mars Rovers, Hubble Space Telescope, and other spacecraft in mind. By subtly manipulating the point of view and printing the images large enough to begin to pixelate, I emphasize their quality as pictures made by remote satellites of places that can only be contemplated theoretically.

 

Untitled
2008
digital c-print
30 x 40 inches

These photographs of the street and it’s terrain were made with images made by the Mars Rovers, Hubble Space Telescope, and other spacecraft in mind. By subtly manipulating the point of view and printing the images large enough to begin to pixelate, I emphasize their quality as pictures made by remote satellites of places that can only be contemplated theoretically.

 

Untitled
2008
digital c-print
30 x 40 inches

These photographs of the street and it’s terrain were made with images made by the Mars Rovers, Hubble Space Telescope, and other spacecraft in mind. By subtly manipulating the point of view and printing the images large enough to begin to pixelate, I emphasize their quality as pictures made by remote satellites of places that can only be contemplated theoretically.

 

Untitled
2007
digital c-print
30 x 40 inches

These photographs of the street and it’s terrain were made with images made by the Mars Rovers, Hubble Space Telescope, and other spacecraft in mind. By subtly manipulating the point of view and printing the images large enough to begin to pixelate, I emphasize their quality as pictures made by remote satellites of places that can only be contemplated theoretically.