The photos are presented in the order in which I viewed the installations. I saw Nolan Lem's first, and then Carla Cisno's.
There is no way my photographs can convey the audible aspects of these projects. Nolan Lem's piece, "Dice Roll" combined the cacophony of a textile mill or a Linotype room with the rhythm of ocean waves on the shore. The work is quite kinetic.
Carla Cisno's work, "What All Is," is quiet, working with subsonics, and quite visual. In the silence, one sees what one cannot hear. The inteference patterns in the water, and the projections of them, are meditative.