Live performance with interdisciplinary artist Brandon Gonzalez. The artists placed their body-based creative practices next to each other within a shared space and time. There was no intention other than to see what happened.
Photography and multi-media performance with poet Heather June Gibbons. The artists considered the interactions between art-making and new motherhood.
Multi-media collaboration with biologist Dr Todd Anderson. Using the recording tools of biology labs, the artists mapped the movement of marks made with ink in water. The data was used to create a virtual 3D model of change over time, with Time serving as the z-axis. This virtual 3D model was then used to create a final physical sculpture using a CNC router, in which layers of time are stacked on top of each other.