Something I’ve been playing with is usage of scale. With Baby Hands specifically, in each exhibition, its sizing was drastically different. In one exhibition, I chose to have a small projection of this video in a tiny corner of a room (approximately rat-size) with two of our JCPenny photos (wallet size) on the adjacent wall and quiet recording of a lullaby I composed for Baby. This forces the viewer to crouch down and get on Baby’s level in order to view the work. I wanted to have the same sort of respect I gave to Baby in this installation to be reflected in its documentation. To do this, I attached a Go Pro to Chloe, another dog I had been sitting, and had her walk around the gallery with me, eventually coming to view Baby’s Corner. For the lil anybodies exhibition, I had Baby Hands be the largest projection in the room, effectively making her larger than life.