As installed at Kingston Gallery, Boston, Defenestration is a drawing created by soldering copper wire and brass rod in minute detail. The forced-perspective windows are mounted directly into the gallery wall.
Installed at Laconia Gallery, Boston, That Space Between Flying and Falling is comprised of thirteen panels of cut-silhouette paintings suspended from the ceiling or standing on the floor, casting shadows on the walls. The panels are painted on both sides with skyscapes– the reverse sides of each panel being a gray scale version of each obverse. From any vantage point walking among the panels the viewer might experience the a moment in vivid color or monochrome by shifting their position or gaze.