Documentation of a solo exhibition at the University of Idaho - Moscow Prichard Art Gallery on view August 19 - October 23, 2016.

The title work, hydrodome, is a 20 foot diameter, 12 foot tall geodesic dome projection screen. Digital video footage recorded by the artist fills the dome with light reflecting off of the surface of water in nature. 2-3 minute clips from a dozen locations throughout the United States play on a loop. Additionally, two segments of footage collected by researchers at University of Idaho were added to the program while "hydrodome" was on view at the Prichard Art Gallery. This project was funded in part through a Grant for Artist Project by Artist Trust.

Two single-channel digital video works were also on display. For "antiquity," digital video footage of light reflecting off of water from two locations is "masked" together to create moving digital wallpaper. "Barn Quilt - Heavenly Star" weaves together three digital video angles of a single location to create a quilt block pattern.
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