This piece was part of my BFA thesis show, which focused on the digital remnants we leave behind when we interact with technology. The piece entitled "Digital Immersion" is an ominous looking glowing black box, which contains moving silhouettes immersed in water. I chose to use water in this piece so that the viewer is forced to literally immerse themselves to interact with the piece, much like we immerse ourselves in our technology every day. Once the viewer touches the water, the piece records their actions until they remove their hands. The silhouette of each participant will then be played over top of the rest of the silhouettes and the viewer becomes part of the piece. This piece literally captures digital remnants of the viewer and they cannot reverse the process. This is exactly the case every time we connect digitally.