The “CUT” interactive installations are presented to viewers at gallery openings or other cultural events. Get in touch, share your questions and lets have a conversation about the possibilities of creating an experience for your visitors and collectors.


During the inaugural iteration at the Museum of the Imagination in Hudson, NY, gallery goers were instructed to use the red scissors, hanging from the ceiling, to cut the screen and to place the cuttings in a glass container.


Paradoxically, the act of cutting became a social act of connection. People engaged in conversation as they explored where to cut; others were engaged in active commentary; some retrieved cuttings and tied them back onto the remaining screen.

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Touch - Screen - Cut - Save

Interactive Installation

Mosquito screen, aluminum, scissor, ball chain, glass container, rug

H 10’ x W 4’ x D 3’