Presented here are a few installation views of a registered projection at the AGGV. Originally commissioned and installed at the MASS MOCA, this panoramic, projected image is created using six overhead projectors and three video projectors, all registered together on one wall, to depict the image is of a figure lying in a baroque interior, before a shattered mirror in a pool of blood, holding a large mallet. Two of the overhead projectors are interactive, and the animated gestures and gender transmutations are activated when the viewer moves slides across a lenticular surface on the overhead projector. Two other projectors are projected through pools of water, giving the expressive drapery a dream-like animation. The exterior landscape, the flourishes of drapery and the face and mortality of the figure are all projected into the vignette by video projectors.