LoVid’s interdisciplinary work explores the ways technology seeps into culture and consciousness. LoVid works with a wide array of technological tools to make projects that often focus on human/machine relationships. Throughout their projects, the duo maintain a signature visual and sonic aesthetic of color, pattern, and texture density, incorporating glitch and noise. LoVid’s work navigates between the handmade and the machine-produced, highlighting the challenges and possibilities of the networked age, particularly a sense of the world that intermixes virtual and physical, permanent and the ephemeral, fantasy, reality, and connectivity.

LoVid’s work has been presented internationally at venues including: Wave Hill, Brookfield Arts, RYAN LEE Gallery, Postmasters Gallery, Art Blocks Curated, bitforms Gallery, Marquee Projects, http://Expanded.Art, Honor Fraser Gallery, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, And/Or Gallery, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Real Art Ways, Good Children Gallery, BRIC, Anthology Film Archives, Issue Project Room, The Science Gallery Dublin, The Jewish Museum, MoMA, The Kitchen,Daejeon Museum, Smack Mellon, Netherland Media Art Institute, New Museum, ICA London, and International Film Festival Rotterdam (Netherlands). LoVid’s projects have received support from organizations including: The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Graham Foundation, UC Santa Barbara, Signal Culture, Cue Art Foundation, Eyebeam, Harvestworks, Wave Farm, Rhizome, Franklin Furnace, http://Turbulence.org, New York Foundation for the Arts, Lower Manhattan Cultural Center, Experimental TV Center, NY State Council of the Arts, and Greenwall Foundation.LoVid’s videos are distributed by EAI and their work is in the collection of the Whitney Museum, The Parrish Museum, Thoma Foundation, the Heckscher Museum, Watermill Center, Butler Institute of American Art, Heckscher Museum, 6529 Museum, Museum of Nordic Digital Art, among others.