Strandell’s work in Moving Image is an intermediary space between technology and painting. Her subjects examine mod-baroque, hyper-space, and aspects of nature. The works are developed with with considerations for the spatial anxieties and characteristics within art museums historic Period Rooms, urbane construction sites, and wild game preserves. Utilizing the adage media of GIF, she combines photos and drawings of these tropes to converse with both Edward Muyridge's early motion examinations, and pop animation channels; utilizing a language of time sequences and interactive suspension.