John David Mooney Foundation, Chicago, IL
Plane offers a response to Chicago's urban landscape, architecture and events surrounding the 2008 presidential election. A floating plane of The Chicago Tribune newspapers from election week configured in a thin, floating grid confronts the visitor at eye-level and divides the space. In order to explore the space one must stoop under the plane, necessitating an uncomfortable physicality while bringing relief from the intense, hot lights above. The more people move underneath the plane, the more the plane waves and fluctuates. In collaboration with Melissa MacRobert and Christine Wylie.