In the installation and series, Untitled Antarctica, seismic images and data collected beneath the ice and the Antarctic seas are presented in two generative video sculptures, a multichannel sound piece, and still images. Machined out of fiberboard using Amundsen submarine data with computer numeric control technology, Amundsen’s Wall, the first video sculpture, is a series of sloping geometric additions to existing walls. The elevation values of the same Amundsen underwater terrain are also used for the sound in the installation, in generative iterations. Made out of glass, Ice Gouge, the second video sculpture, evokes the glaciers that gouge, and their asymmetrical form as they decay over time into water. The scales of the glass pieces are intuitive reactions to data and research.