A man; an island is an installation that incorporates her 3D animation with composited imagery to create a physical environment for her dreamy yet grotesque worlds. The use of transparent materials as screens, such as mesh fiberglass and cellophane, give the objects a holographic appearance. The materials of choice, combined with the use of mirror tiles not only bring the video into a physical space beyond a screen but also play with the viewer’s perception of an enclosed landscape. The piece is meant to remind us of the way our reliance on net based-imagery creates an illusion of a concrete world, effecting our approach and expectations of the actual reality. The installation is a simulation of a retro-futuristic approach to being in “the net” . The piece also pays an homage to the Light and Space movement of the mid 20th century in its use of color and optical illusions.