Last Day in the Beginning of March consists of a matrix of projected circles of light spilling onto the floor. Each pool of light is modulated in brightness based upon the rhythm of a previously recorded or created event. There is text on the wall near each circle of light which describes that specific event. The rhythms of light along with the text descriptions define the narrative structure of the work. A rhythmic poem, a fictional chronicle of events on the last day in the life of someone close to the artist.

Light becomes a signifier for memory, as changes in brightness metaphorically illuminate daily occurrences. Viewers are bathed in fluctuating rhythms that represent memories ranging from the blinking of the subject's eyes over a two-hour period while watching a film to kissing someone goodbye. Computer technology, so often linked with 'reality' and identified as truthful, is here employed to represent a fabrication. The distinction between the analogue world and its digital representation as a metaphor for the human ability for poetic understanding or knowledge as opposed to the mathematics of data.