Process, motion, and interstitial space have been an ongoing investigation in my work. My current work focuses on the experience of kaleidoscopic imagery, through mediums such as: video, drawing and sculpture. I experiment with color, light and space using everyday, found and craft materials. For my recent videos I have been using a kaleidoscope iPod video filter and later layering them to make one happening. Conceptually I have been intrigued by the speed at which we culturally consume information. My position is one of observation and not critique of this consumption. I am trying to humanize the virtual interstitial experience. I often change the scale relationship between the works and the viewer’s body to attempt to make the involvement visceral and tangible. Like a movie theater I am creating a hypnotic space that transports the viewer and allows for suspended disbelief.