Everything Is Gonna Be Alright is a public sound installation that uses taxis as objects to create a communal atmospheric aural space. This work uses several parked taxis to form a multichannel tropical soundscape suggestive of new age music from the early 1990s.
Image above from the opening of Tuesday at Mixed Greens in 2010.
Documentation by Brian Rosa.
Commemorative Cadillac Beach Bumper Sticker.
This is a group of pictures that I took where I posed naked and projected images of famous actresses from Us Weekly magazine onto my body.
(Running time 67 minutes)
I get by with a little help from my friends
Photographs of cellphones.
Peter Segerstrom is a musician and visual artist living and working in New York. He grew up in the foothills of California. He received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work plays with the ignored and vacuous elements of the everyday.
I am interested sound, popular culture and the body
The word popular can be misleading when we consider what is both common and ignored. My work plays in the fields where attention and distraction bloom and decay.
I work in the in-between states, the point where we find ourselves unconsciously looking at something or suddenly notice what it is we have been ignoring.
- Neil Diamond
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email: peter flat at g mail . com (no spaces)