Daylight casts a very different impression of LIGHTHOLE—a recently established gallery of new media and intermedia art located in the Copycat Building. Its happenings typically occur late at night when the ebullient crowds, red and purple tinted lights, and audio of ongoing screenings purposefully overshadow the domestic setting. But as I enter the space one balmy afternoon, the sunlit interior reveals the mechanics of this four-month-old operation: bungee cords holding open a theatrical curtain; projectors and media players strategically mounted to sustain this incipient platform. Read on.