CG CAT (2009), Dual channel video installation, 14 min. loop; excerpted simulation above

Speech synthesis software is fed the letters for the first chromosome of a human DNA sample (A,T,C,G). However, the computer pronounces the letters phonetically instead of reciting them as independent letters (code), creating a 14 minute long chant to incant the name of DNA.

The video depicts four images from American Sign Language hand gestures for the letters A,T,C, and G appearing as they occur in the audio and relating them to the four basic digits on the hand. At play is a definition of "digital" as it relates to the body and to language.

CG CAT is displayed in two channels and arranged to form a double helix structure when projected.