All my work is scientific — science is itself an exploration of life and an endeavor to understand the complexity of the spaces we inhabit. This work in particular originally consisted of multiple prints of Paramecium, a genus of single celled organisms that eat bacteria and live in water. After completing several editions, I came to the conclusion that it does not matter if the viewer understands exactly what the cells are. Instead of being a specimen for display that requires exploration, the Paramecium prints mimic their biological inspiration, becoming a natural part of spaces that go unseen and unnoticed in our everyday lives. We tend to think of urban environments as sterile, but the fact is that they are thriving ecosystems of single celled life. The participation of these prints within the space invites the viewer to explore their own place within an ecosystem, a relationship that is both grotesque and beautiful. While these prints are not bacteria, they come to represent our idea of what bacteria is and remind us that we are constantly surrounded by these cells that can make, or break us.