The interactive artwork Dichroic Wade responds to human presence and weather conditions in the San Francisco Bay to create a kaleidoscope of colored light on the gallery walls. The light is manipulated in a painterly way. It is also a means to evoke the sensation of light reflecting from the surface of water currents. Approaching the work creates a tremor in the glass tiles and reflections of light. This is overlaid on a turbulence of movement driven by streamed San Francisco wind data. The work provides a distinctive, conceptually integrated, visual form to the data networks that surround us, and an opportunity to reconnect with the natural world.