Two framed 'windows' are intersected by an orange bar rooted to the floor and extended beyond the picture plane. An oil based, red, waxy field of color is paired with an acrylic drawing of entangled black lines on a grey background. Contact is found in the triple conjunction between contrasting elements that are combined for no other reason than to experience how separate parts restore memories that give the impression of a foundation, depth and dimension.
A solid gilded beam leans against a loosely-hung two dimensional landscape on linen. Secured between the wall and floor, the gold bar appears to hover over the image. Light becomes a mysterious object that climbs up the wall and exceeds the limitations of the painting. Motionless and conspicuous, it stands guard and lends support to the moment when what lies buried in the painting becomes apparent.
Occasionally, a fragment from a different period of time will detach itself and be transported to the present. A stencil of a shadow cast by a prominent black bar rimmed with a thin blue line, stands in front of a painting the color of 'mental' soil. Different periods are linked with many other incidents along the way and sudden reverses transverse all the successive years that have vanished.