The textures of light reflecting off of water are combined with traditional craft designs to investigate humanity's relationship to the natural world.
These site-specific installations were conceived and created for special public exhibition spaces, international light-art festivals, and alternative venues.
Immersive environments created with new media technologies, digital video projections, and electronics.
New technologies augment vintage radios, phonographs, record players, and cameras to imagine what sound looks like and what light might sound like.
Analog devices translate the movement of water into textures of light in real-time, filling space with visual fluid rhythms and pulsing shadows.
Large scale, time-based, architectural installations see water slowly erode and corrode the walls, ceiligs, and floors of the constructed spaces.
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