Moleculargraphica was a collaborative project conceived during the Australian Centre for Virtual Art Laboratory (ACVALab2010), developed at The Banff Centre during the Banff New Media Institute Liminal Screens Residency, and showcased in the inaugural exhibition for the New IBM Exhibition Space located in Second Life (SL). The original title for the exhibition was Liquidity and my collaborator was Australian interactive media artist Glyph Graves. The exhibition ran from 25 May to 21 June, 2010. My contribution to the exhibition was primarily focused on a section called Cells, which immersed the viewer into a sea of single-celled organisms. This SL exploration of cellular life went beyond simple SL representation of something which is normally invisible in real life: Moleculargraphica transposed the movements of a RL colony of Protozoa, located at Curtain University’s Studio of Electronic Art, into the exhibition in SL. I gathered samples of microorganisms from local Perth ecosystems and isolated particular microcommunities in a Petri dish back at the Electronic Art Lab. Using motion tracking via digital microscopy I was able to capture the movement, division, size, and reproduction of these organisms. These data sets were streamed into Processing using TUIO where the data was cleaned up, converted into a set of coordinates and ID numbers and streamed through to SL’s Linden Scripting language using Java XMLrpc where Glyph could translate it into SL existence.