New media devices translate the sounds of the city into a visual experience.
The textures and colors of light reflecting off of water in nature are stretched and distorted by the architecture of translucent 20 foot diameter geodesic dome.
The stained glass windows of a historic building are recreated using 10 videos capturing the textures and colors of light reflecting off local waters.
Five weather balloons inflated to seven feet in diameter serve as projection screens for digital video footage of light reflecting off of water in nature. The projected images are bent by the contours of the balloon, creating the illusion that the planetoids are rotating.
Victorian wallpaper is re-imagined with moving images of water.
This site-specific digital video projection uses a "heavenly star" quilt block pattern to stitch together video footage of light reflecting off of water.
This site-specific digital video projection explores the public water system of Portland, Oregon from the source to open holding tanks in the city's limits.
Digital video footage captured at Lake Celilo in Oregon on the Columbia River is projected from two projectors on opposite sides of the gallery through layers of sheer fabric. As the projections pass through each layer, they become dimmer, larger, and more distorted.
Digital video footage gathered from four locations in the state of Washington (Grand Coulee Dam, Puget Sound, Hanford Reach section of the Columbia River, and irrigation canals in Yakima County) is projected onto inflated weather balloons suspended from the ceiling.
Light reflecting of an irrigation canal is captured and projected onto an inflated weather balloon - creating a living planetoid inside the gallery.