If we can look at people and barely notice them change into others, what does that say about how we really see them?
Change Blindness is a museum installation in which nothing seems to happen but everything changes.
A museum exhibit about how perspective and context affect interpretation.
Delicate electromechanical birds made from glass pipettes, wire, magnets, and needles flap and lurch overhead in response to a viewer's movement.
Site-specific installations for a public exhibition in a private property
Gallery visitors hear a low drone, occasionally punctuated with the sound of coins clanking and then a loud thud.
A single pin floating in a small dish of water is a compass and a mirror. The head of the pin is projected onto 45,000 pinheads.
Users control state of the art, research-grade microscopes and multimedia content to explore Microscopic life.
Museum visitors use an eye tracker to trace their rapid eye movements.