News Wheel

News Wheel is an app that explores the poetics of ever changing news headlines. It begins as a spinning disk divided into nine sections each representing a different news source. This playful interface invites users to start and stop the wheel eventually filling the screen with a collage of current headlines. Individual words can be deleted and repositioned so users can create their own poems from this content . In addition, dragging one's finger across the screen creates an animated chain of text derived from today's headline news.


Time Jitters

Time Jitters  is an app based on an interactive installation at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, SC. In this app animated clips, connected to random sounds (created by Yiorgos Vassilandonakis and Seth Stoudenmier for the installation) can be scaled and repositioned creating a collage of overlapping visual and sonic elements



Episodic is an artwork that allows users to create a moving collage from disparate fragments.
Contained within the app are black and white looping animations.
Each animation is a short episode that can be repositioned and scaled allowing users to link
together different segments to create a narrative and explore new relationships.


4 Square

4 Square is an artwork that creates random juxtapositions of four different elements. Tap each square to change the images. Drag the squares to change their positions.


Art Swipe

Art Swipe is loosely based on the Surrealist game Exquisite Corpse. It is a game that allows users to make collages from over 100 images that are in the public domain from LACMA's Image Library. These images can also be combined with images from the camera and the camera roll. This App was developed to coincide with In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States on view at LACMA from January 29 - May 6, 2012.


Urban Rhythms

Urban Rhythms is an artwork that functions as a metaphor for how people navigate in and through urban space. It is a creative interpretation of the paths people travel when they wander through the city. Using animated stick-like figures as a stand in for urban inhabitants, Urban Rhythms is a code-based exploration of how people move in urban spaces.


Spine Sonnet

Spine Sonnet is an automatic poem generator in the tradition of found poetry that randomly composes 14 line sonnets derived from an archive of over 2500 art and architectural theory and criticism book titles.