Blinn and Lambert is the pseudonym for the collaborative duo of Nicholas Steindorf and Kyle Williams. Their work is motivated by the history of image-making technologies – CGI interfaces, Dutch still life paintings, practical cinema effects, stereoscopic cameras – and the way these technologies can be paradigms for describing time, material, and screen presence. Working with video, animation, installation, and printmaking they explore humor, desire, anxiety, and bewilderment through meditations on quotidian objects and actions. Blinn and Lambert have exhibited at Artspace in New Haven, CT, Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn, NY, and PIX Film in Toronto, Canada.