Steinkamp employs computer animation and new media to create projection installations that explore ideas about architectural space, motion, and phenomenological perception.
Natural forms take on synthetic color and light and move in modeled environments. These kinetic projections become a space rather than a picture and integrate within the existing architecture to create a destablizing effect.
Steinkamp led a group of 20 students on a tour of the Cleveland Museum of Art and an additional group of 20 on a tour of the Cleveland Clinic Collection where her work is featured. She did two lectures, one for doctors and staff at the Clinic and one at Myers.
For more on her work, visit http://www.jsteinkamp.com/.