Projection onto sphere
4′ x 4′
122cm x 122cm

[kaleidoglobe] is a video projection on a large spherical projection surface utilizing images of routine domestic work typically performed by women. The images began as documentation of three generations of women in my family preparing traditional holiday foods like popcorn balls. These images and others were digitally manipulated using effects similar to those created with a kaleidoscope. The images mutate into semi-intelligable abstractions, sometimes suggestive of the human form and the rhythm of these transformations follows those of domestic labors.

[kaleidoglobe] was originally exhibited at the A.I.R. Gallery in New York and as part of Siggraph computer graphics conference in 2004.


  • SIGGRAPH 2004 Art Gallery: Synesthesia, Los Angeles, California, August 2004
  • AIR Gallery, New York, New York, April 2004