commissioned by MTA Arts & Design  |  Fulton Center, New York NY  ​​​​​​​
Seen in the Sound is a collection of evolving and stylized natural textures and scenes, exhibited in direct contrast to the physical, manmade structures and materials both inside and outside of Fulton Center. The series features 18 different videos created for the 50+ screens throughout Fulton Center's different levels and underground concourses. Each piece is a composite of multiple videos captured around the Puget Sound.  Seen in the Sound runs for the first 2 minutes at the top of each hour, which means there are 24 chances a day to catch it at the "o'clock sharps."  (March-May 2024) 
Commissioned and presented by MTA Arts & Design, this is Jocelyn's debut public art project.