Phantom Passage

In the 1990’s jellyfish populations exploded in the Bering Sea. Since then, jellyfish populations have been increasing worldwide. Rising sea temperatures and over-fishing are thought to be contributing factors in these massive population increases. As a result, jellyfish have been the cause of nuclear power plants – that use seawater as a coolant – clogging and subsequently shutting down.

Phantom Passage

  • 2011 • fall
  • boiler room, jellyfish video, projector, strobe light, plastic drop cloths