interactive projection with sound & cushions
An interactive video projection exploring the impact of the Human Genome Project on academic communities. Using interviews with UC Berkeley faculty, archives of the UC system, public documents and other areas of university life, this work aims to reveal relationships and repercussions in areas profoundly effected by the Human Genome Project yet not often associated with it. Visitors access multiple videos embedded within each petri dish through use of a wireless mouse. Commissioned by the Berkeley Art Museum for Gene(sis). Gene(sis) was a traveling exhibit curated by Robin Held, with additions by Constance Lewallen for the UCB exhibit.
in Genesis at the UC Berkeley Art Museum
in Gail Wight: Sliding Scale at the Stanford Art Gallery