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Swarms, 2002
Software, Macintosh G4, two 50-inch Gas Plasma Screens, and plastic laminate
Runs Continuously, Never Repeats
Swarms presents one software program simultaneously across a broad window comprised of two 50-inch plasma monitors. The software shows the formation and dissolution of symmetric patterns as a metaphor for the temporailty of our thoughts, ideas and actions. The process of gathering and dispersing patterns is conitinually reenacted by up to nine swarms forming a mesmerizing variety of compositions and color combinations that will never repeat. 
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2004: Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
2002: SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
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