Storefronts in the One Colorado block of Pasadena become canvases for an ambitious and awe-inspiring video-art installation courtesy of the husband-and-wife team, Alex Kritselis and Joey Forsyte. In their first official collaboration together, the visionary multimedia artists expose holiday shoppers and Rose Parade revelers to multi-channel works of public art that subtly address the environment. Kritselis and filmmaker wife Forsyte, (president of Velocity Filmworks), use 13 projectors to bring us a selection of original moving images that are rotated weekly. In an effort to unite the community through awareness, Don't Blow It / A Rising Tide simultaneously redefines the notion of public art. - Tanja M. Laden




Fight for Art. "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist as one grows up." Pablo Picasso

“Picasso's Dilemma” is a public video art installation created by Alex Kritselis and Joey Forsyte featuring 60 artists from first grade to museum grade “fighting” for art in 5 venues across Pasadena, CA. It opened on June 25th at Pasadena The Armory Center for the Arts. 




ART NIGHT, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA., March 2005 Mirror pool installation + 16 video projections.  In collaboration with Jim Gonzales and Stan Kong.




ART NIGHT, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA., October 2005  32 Window Video Installation.