In Wobbly, a woman’s mutating face is set in a projected florid wallpaper. Framed video portraits of the same woman convulse with the chorus of faces. The same woman displayed in wallpaper and portraits finds herself In a Box as a life-sized three-dimensional figure. The Wobbly series was created, in part, while in residence at The Experimental Television Center, with the help of the infamous video synthesizer, the Paik-Abe Raster Scan Device (aka the Wobulator). Wobbly Wallpaper and In a Box were first exhibited in Miami and sponsored by Fountain Art Fair in 2009. Also shown in these images, a re-staging of Wobbly for In the Belly of the Lightship (NYC, 2010).