Light seeking Transparency is a two - screen video installation first projected as part of the exhibition Hide 2003, and depicts an image being 'hunted' by its source. Made from three slides, a projector, some model trees, and a turntable, the work explores the possibility of splitting a single image into two scenarios. The projected images of a fox, a hare and an owl are photographed from taxidermy specimens. Lit and photographed to appear as if caught in car headlights, the three specimens are bathed in the primary colours of red, blue, and yellow, which as light, become aligned to the artificial or technological. Focussing the video camera firstly on the single ‘eye’ of the projector, and secondly the glass eye of the projected image of the animal, the piece places the viewer in a position, where both the source of the image, and the image, are simultaneously within their visual field. Where the light of the projector blinds, the other eye is re-vivified, both by the movement of the hand-held camera, and the illusion that the light reflected in the image of the eye is caused by the projector. There is a sense of threat or danger from the light behind the trees, but the threat will never be fully realised, as a distance is necessary for the projector to project. While nature and technology look one another in the eye, they are simultaneously co-dependant, and separated.