If we can look at people and barely notice them change into others, what does that say about how we really see them?
"Waves" of fake, AI-generated tide pool images wash over real tide pool images sequentially across multiple screens and connected devices
An Artificial Intelligence that was trained on the handwriting of astronomers tirelessly scrawls data from stellar events onto a dusty wall of graphite.
Electromechanical birds flock to the latest retweets and verify each other's movements on a “flock”-chain.
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.