Liquid Loom is the work of science-artist Cere Davis, a kinetic sculptor and science educator based in the Bay Area. With a degree in physics and an early career working in scientific fields ranging from volcanic lightning to liquid crystals to research in Antarctica, her works are analog experiments in emergent dynamics which connect new forms of media/interactive art and kinetic sculpture. As a part of her work, she collaborates with scientists and artists to inspire scientific curiosity and participatory learning through interactive art and critical making. Liquid Loom is an optokinetic arrangement in which Davis builds a bridge between digital art and material culture. The dynamic interplay between invisible charges and liquid crystal leave behind visually resonant footprints as they are born, reborn, grow, change and slowly fade away.