First shown 2003
Casts of body shapes - knee, thigh, calf, abdomen, elbow, ear - emerge from white-washed walls. A half dozen of these sculptural interventions are spread over one or two rooms that are empty, or minimally furnished. They are "pale as the wall itself", only light and shadow defines their materiality. Blending into the plane, they provide unsteady points of reference. Each cast is "titled" with a prose fragment that combines with the sculpted image to form a fictitious portrait in a brief narrative. Yet, the sculptures relate to each other, weaving a spatial web of relationships.