Afterwords examines personal identity, labels and the ephemera of the digital age.


As people walk into the installation, they become a part of the display projected on the gallery wall in front of them. The display presents a stylized image of each person that follows their movements. A line of text floats above each person’s head and follows them as they move through the space. People can touch the text to change it, run away from it, or stand still, allowing the text/image relationship to be distilled.

Artists: Randy Moss and Michael Evan.

Afterwords is part of the group show Help Wanted: Collaborations in Art at the Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle and runs ftill April 23, 2005.