Paul Pfeiffer uses moving images, sound, sculptural objects, and architectural installations to explore how images shape our perceptions of ourselves and the world. In all of his work, from a lush, sunrise and sunset shot, and shown, in real time, to a twenty-four hour a day, seventy-five day long piece, where New York commuters could watch a video of a nest full of eggs hatching and then growing into chickens, Pfeiffer is saying: pay attention. One critic summed up his body of work, “One can feel the deepening of love – and the holes left open by need.
Paul Pfeiffer: Three Figures in a Room, 2015
two synced video channels on 3 projectors, 6 audio channels, all synced, media players, 50 min