Kimberlee Koym-Murteira appreciates how the now of making and doing changes you, and have brought you to Caz. She is a maker of bubbling life cycles, a mad tinkerer of wonder and electricity, an avid admirer of natural phenomena, a consumer of unwanted toxicities, an architect of interactive apparatuses. Her art practice as a video artist and kinetic sculptor grows out of her past as a theatre designer and film worker. Her installations have been shown locally at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Sonoma State University, The invisible Venue and the Lab. Abroad she has exhibited in Portugal, France, Germany, Holland and Bosnia. Usually she teaches video and digital media at Diablo Valley College, but happily this week she abandons the virtual world to help people get lost in painting in the woods.