Channeling the route by which content follows, Waterlogged is the interception of a sequence of vignettes, transmitted between source and a receiver. Graphic impressionism establishes meaning through a loose symbolic and linguistic connection with other frames and scenes. Flicking channels on and off, a current flows, and resistors a statically charged log of saturated emot(ion) plus icon.
Schmidt is a multi-disciplinary artist, who often works with
printed media and graphic design to create sculptural installations,
video, and screenprinted ephemera. Many of her artworks can be read
as waves, signals of hello or goodbye, in
She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Studio Art and Art History from the University of Delaware in 1997. She teaches screenprinting within the Print Media Dept. at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
Colin Asquith has worked under the pseudonym "L. Contra" since 1998. The name stems from a Nintendo game reference and an inside joke about his own Casio keyboard improvisation. His music mixes found sounds, electronic samples, synthesizers and acoustic instruments using tape recorders and computers.
In 2003, his "X-Mas in Roxbury" and "Winter Lives" albums were released on Geneva, Switzerland’s Villa Magica Records, the project label of Sylvie Fleury and John Armleder. He is a member of Boston-based bands: the Arrangement, Conquistador, and L.Contra Band. In addition to producing his own music, L. Contra has collaborated with artist Jennifer Schmidt on videos titled: "What's in a Name" (2001), "Scan-Tron" (2003), "Letters in a Coma" (2004), and "Waterlogged" (2005).