Installation part of a group show: “Hope, Terror, Promise, Rage: Contemporary Perspectives on the Past,”
Old Montana Prison Complex, Deerlodge, MT, USA

“At times, we must deconstruct and reconstruct ourselves in order to have hope. I have created a fragile environment depicting what the prisoner was looking at day in and day out; porcelain lines are suspended from the ceiling creating a three-dimensional drawing in space. The porcelain fragments are bound to each other by pure gravity. Inspired by the prison bar pattern, each of the fragments are hanging on to each other, dependent, creating a ghostly cell. It is a small territory that one cannot enter.” -Zemer Peled