In Blacksky (12 minutes, Single Channel Video, 2006-9), the viewer is presented with the illusion of natural patterns and processes through the introduction of water and ink. Syncopated to a melodic composition of vibrating glass, the video quietly transitions from the microscopic to the cosmic and back again in order to question one’s stance towards nature and its myriad forms. Specifically, the video plays with the expanse of space, transitioning from cell-like representations to stellar abstractions that appear to move through black space. While I intend for all work to be visually enticing, this work comments on the fluidity that exists between scales on opposite ends of the spatial spectrum we inhabit.