Snowfall is a durational audio-visual performance that explores the hushed stillness and isolation sometimes experienced during a snowstorm. Presented over 6 hours, the audience is allowed to come and go as they please. This affords the viewer a more personal experience with the piece, which explores audience as a form of dispersal. Snowfall was constructed using photographs and field recordings collected at the Jentel Artist Residency outside Banner, WY in February 2010. Additional support has generously been provided by Side Street Projects.