At the museum, we saw several different installations, though the one that resonated (no pun intended) the most with our little group (Josh, Austin, Adam, Peter, Jazmin, and I) was Haroon Mirza's Are Jee Be? an interactive, four-roomed art peice. This work consisted of lights and sounds, flashing at rhythmic intervals, as well as warped film footage. The walls of the rooms were decorated with information panels from past exhibits (notably one about Elleen Gray) as well as foam blocks. The first room features a steady red light, the second a green flashing light, as well as a TV showing a film of Bjork, and Icelanding singer, dismantling a TV and talking about how she thinks it works, which glitches from time to time. The next room shows an interview with an old woman talking about painting, which also glitches. The final room has a large blue light panel, which plays various rhythms. In the following video, I started filming in the blue room, and walked my way through the the entrance.