Two Ways Down
2014 Animated Installation
A hand drawn animated installation and film Two Ways Down, which takes inspiration from the Hieronymus Bosch work Garden of Heavenly Delights. Reflecting on the momentary nature of life, Heit’s fantastical piece uses thrown shadows from tabletop dioramas and a reflected and refracted animated projections to create a fleeting world where human-animal hybrids, specters and body parts morph and flit across the walls.
This project was funded in part by a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.
2016 Ballard Museum and Institute of Puppetry, UCONN. Storrs CT. April 24 – Aug. 5th 2016 Two Ways Down (II)
2016 Schneider Museum, Ashland Oregon. April 7 – June 11 2016
2015 Jordon Schnitzer Museum of Art. U of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. Jan. 24 – March 29th 2015
2014 Adams and Ollman Gallery Laura Heit Portland Oregon May 2 - June 16 2014
2014 Feldenheimer Gallery, REED College, Portland, Oregon. Aug. 23 – Sept. 2014