Emily Harris, originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, is an internationally exhibited Queens-based artist with an MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She used her week in residence to read, write, and experiment with new ideas. She began a new project in which she measured and photographed the other resident's hands. After seeing Emily's artist talk, local Pentwater musician Frank Galante offered to collaborative in a movement/music jam. Frank set up his guitars and pedals at the studio to play while Emily made drawings and movements in response. She set up a video camera pointing out of the sliding glass door towards the meadow, and filmed us hand-dancing to the sounds. She played with space, perspective, and illusion as she moved closer or further from the door, entered the frame from all sides, and made contact with the glass.