In Strand, a video is projected onto a wall at an oblique angle to produce an image that expands from a small area of bright white to cover an entire wall. The video fades as it becomes larger and reveals shapes of trees and power lines moving in the wind during a snowstorm. These images shift and change over time in an unhurried manner, allowing a detailed and extended viewing. A soundtrack of processed ambient sounds from the storm and elsewhere underlies the images to provide an immersive and occasionally disquieting accompaniment. Referring to both the sense of isolation that such a storm imposes and the visual shapes found within it, Strand depicts an extended moment of seclusion and shelter.