My Audience (2001) is a video installation in which 4 video projectors are used to project over 40 separate images into the seats of a concert hall. The audience must stand on the stage in order to view the piece, and they are faced with over 40 silent, staring, moving, large video faces gazing back at them. The stage is covered in hidden microphones, and a Supercollider patch runs a slight delay on each sound the audience members make, and these sounds are miked out over the house speakers. In effect, the audience stands on the stage, their movements creating amplified sound for the piece, and the video piece sitsĀ in the seats of the audience, patiently watching them.