Underwater Noise of Rain

“Underwater Noise of Rain” is an ongoing project that combines digital with traditional media, two-dimensional prints with three-dimensional objects, still imagery with sound and motion. The configuration of the work depends upon the context of the installation. “Underwater Noise of Rain” is inspired by Dr. J. Rudi Stricker’s groundbreaking research archive of images of aquatic zooplankton.

“Phylum,” IDEAspace, Colorado Springs, CO

“Phylum” is a 4-channel video and audio installation using archival film footage of freshwater copepods.

“Underwater Noise of Rain,” Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, Madison, WI

Inspired by the multi-nodal environment of the laboratory setting, this installation seeks to foreground the poetic dimensions of scientific research.