I have worked with Rose on many of her projects since 2002. Rose Bond lights up the windows of old buildings with her animation. In many of her projects, she reveals the past inhabitants of a building as silhouettes in the windows. They fade in and out like apparitions, telling the story of the building and of the communities that lived there. In 2016, Rose led a team of students to create animation that was projected live with the Oregon Symphony’s performance of Olivier Messiaen's Turangalila. Usually, my role as a compositor and conforming artist is to make Rose’s animation fit inside a certain series of windows of a certain building. On the Turangalila project, I also had animation responsibilities, and I assisted Rose in adding structure to some of the student animation. Rose’s work is like lightning striking. One night a building’s windows will be lit up with her haunting animated scenes, and the next night the windows will be dark. So seeing one of Rose’s “illuminations” is a unique experience that is difficult to convey in a quicktime movie. None the less, we attempted to do that in some of the below movies.