This is documentation of my public video installation at Front Room Gallery in Saint Paul, MN in 2006. In it, video of street scenes was controlled by a light sensor. Rather than controlling the natural light in the space, I used software that allowed the video to respond to light changes and make itself visible under different conditions. This imbedded interactivity became an organic element within the gallery’s neighborhood, much like other shadows or reflections. My intension is for passersby to connect the rhythms of the changing video with the rhythms of the day and of their own life.