Without the entry and exit foyers, this installation is 9' h x 12' w x 24' d. It is an entirely fabricated architecture. Use of forced perspective (2:1) makes the installation appear much larger than it is. Access is limited by a sloped floor, covered with objects and blocked at the near end by multiple forms. The architecture references a loggia- a structure that seems both interior and exterior. Made of Styrofoam coated in encaustic, the space glows with an ethereal and ambiguous light and has a sweet and waxy smell. The flooring cushions footsteps and muffles sound. This is an abandoned place, occupied by forms in transition, growing or decaying. It may be an interior or a garden run riot.

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