Reality Construct (2005): This installation was developed from a series of paintings and audio work that I had created under the same title. The paintings were each a series of panels, usually four in number, that were arranged with a thin one-inch gap between them. The purpose of the gap was for the viewer to create the additional information that was omitted.
The entire series of paintings was arranged in a space so that each different painting would also have a one-inch gap, continuing the pattern established in each individual work. The result was a room where the painting greatly outweighed the white background of the space’s walls. This distribution of space was combined with an audio work presented in dual stereo.