Washington artist Andy Berhle did a presentation about the work he has showing in the Scott Hall Gallery March 2. Berhle used digital video technology to project the movement of water in nature onto alternative screens to create sculptural enviornments with light. For ‘Intraplanetary,’ Berhle projected his footage onto weather balloons that he fastened to the floor of the gallery. He used footage from several water sites around the northwest. He also did a video workshop with the media arts department. Behrle’s work has been featured in more than 12 shows throughout the country. The show will be up for visitors until March 25.