In the biological process of meiosis, one cell splits twice, producing four new structures that will become the building blocks of new life.

Sex cells, as they say.

The piece you see here was created using video feedback, where the camera is wired to the monitor and turned to look upon its own vision, doubling and multiplying anything that appears before it. From this kaleidoscope a sense of living, flexing organic matter arose, and the piece evolved.

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Integrated New Media Studies Plus

The Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
Indiana University South Bend
Integrated New Media Studies
*Student Video Art Gallery: Showcasing Student Short Films, Animations, and Video Art.

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