a site specific video installation at the Swan House of the Atlanta History Center. by Bill Orisich and Benita Carr. Featuring Blake Dalton, Adron, Deidra Lynn Currie. Producer: Benita Carr; Director, DP, editor, sound design, Bill Orisich; Gaffers: Carlton Patterson & Tim Bennett, Camera Op/DP, Noah Orisich; AD, Ethan Orisich; Body Paint, Deidra Lynn Currie. Music: Bill Orisich, Deb Hiers, Tim Bennett.
documents the Horse Drawn Piano project at Flux 2013, a night of Art & Experimentation in Atlanta with 25,000 attendees. Horse Draw Piano is one of 16 projects selected for the event.
a brief portrait of the joys of off-road unicycling
locating links in time/space/events
bill orisich and benita carr explore the meaning of family/home
opening sequence to a series on physics. bill orisich, director, dp, editor, design
multi-source video installation. external manifestations, possibly tension produced. by bill orisich & benita carr
finding a sense of place. bill orisich, director, dp, editor
portrait of the folk artist Howard Finster
moon_shine 4:05min. william orisich 2009 video
the beauty of the power of water as a catalyst for transformation through oxidation, or rusting. It is a microcosm of decay/creation in evolving forms.
bill orisich, director, dp, editor, sound design. created as part of the "on the road" exhibit at Spruill Gallery, Atlanta. thinking about thinking
part of the Hand-to-Hand project, a multi-year exhibit of artists interpretations of a week of the Iraq war, using hands as a metaphor
by benita carr and bill orisich. an intimate family portrait of a woman and her children that suggests themes of desire, sacrifice and devotion.