In the Spring of 2006 I co-developed a happening funded by the Art & Art History Department of Carleton College along with the Carleton Administration. Combining inexpensive and readily available building materials with live video and lighting, we created an indoor video landscape for an estimated 500 participants.

Encouraged to adopt the guise of a fictional character, live wireless video feeds were transmitted within the space, an inflated poly dome roughly 100′ x 200′, and projected out onto the walls, creating space within space and video echo for the guests and amplifying their assumed characters. The project became, through the participants, a living video amoeba and a great success (outside shot seen above).