A sculptural installation comprising of three beeswax cell groupings that ranged in size from 5x6', 8x12' and 4'x20'. The introduction to the show was an MRI of the artist's brain post seizure projected over a 8' graphite drawing of a skull.
The cell lighting pattern was programmed by her partner using the data from an EEG taken post seizure. As the program progresses through the data, the intensity and color pattern changes from a mild green and blue to a more intense red and yellows at the height of the seizure. The room then cuts to darkness and the pattern starts again.
One of the most rewarding parts of this piece was its ability to captivate attendees. They sat with the work. They shared stories of the feeling of hopelessness they felt when they or someone they loved was diagnosed with a seizure disorder. And the hope they now shared through the sharing of my experience living with lifelong a seizure disorder.