What You Can See From the Light (2010)
wood, multi channel sound, HD video projection
What You Can See From the Light is comprised of a high-definition video projection of two hands, hiding and revealing an overpowering light that glows behind them. As these hands interact, textures of sound envelop the viewer, and crescendo in relationship with these movements. Through subtle cuts, a floor to ceiling wooden wall reveals the grains of an enlarged fingerprint, echoing the intricacies and imagery of the projection, whose light filters through it.
Danny Bracken is a musician, graphic designer, and visual artist residing in Pittsburgh, PA. He has toured extensively in North America, Europe, and Japan, and written and recorded with the Chicago-based music ensemble Anathallo. His work often explores interactions of video and sound.