By Christine Temin
Artist Denise Marika's largest projection to date is part of " The Wall at WAM" project - a 67-foot expanse in which she is the first to project video upon the museum's Renaissance Courtyard. In Marika's current projection the artist is busy building and then tearing down a wall on the wall. She first smears red clay on the wall surface, then as the projections begins, the video adds another layer to the real surface as the artist applies and then "claws the clay off". The full length of this process takes 40 minutes.