This paper is a survey of the author's installation artworks, describing their interactive nature and the role of audience engagement. Included is a discussion of the author's 2006 work The Seeker, an installation with an interactive touch-screen component allowing viewers to represent episodes of their personal family migration history onto a global map. In this and their other works, the statistical and the poetic meld in interactive works representing space in intriguing fashion.
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