This collection of drawings and sculptures are loosely inspired by the Case Study Houses, an experimental architectural commission program initiated by John Entenza in 1945 that envisioned and realized modern, post-war American homes.  The program, which ran until 1966 introduced materials that were previously consumed for war, like steel and concrete, into the domestic space.

The works in this collection are propositions for a domestic stage that are both brutal and staid; cool, sprawling, transparent, and unearthed.  They suggest a suspended moment before- and after- unraveling, implosion, and collapse.