"Something Something With Fish: the Movie" was filmed at Gallery 128 and at Jeanne Wilkinson's studio in Downtown Brooklyn. Gallery 128, run by Kazuko Miyamoto, is the longest running gallery in New York's Lower East Side.
In the screenings, two projected images meet in the middle on parallel scrims (sheets of translucent fabric) that made a pathway - the "Cloud Tunnel" - where people can move and interact with the imagery and are subsequently filmed by Wilkinson. Layer upon layer.
The imagery derives from the original artwork of Kaitlin Martin which is put through various computer programs to make it move and morph by Wilkinson. That imagery is then projected, along with another projection of aquatic creatures, some originally filmed by Wilkinson at the Freshwater Aquarium in Duluth, Minnesota, the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the aquarium in the Marine Building at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn.
Music is by Wilkinson and by Steve and Dave, aka Stephen C. Baldwin on guitar and David Intrator on sax. Dancing is by Karni Dorell and Eve Campbell.