As I mentioned in my previous post, the ability to leave 30º standing after the Untitled tent was broken down created an unanticipated shift in the way that I viewed the work. Its original intention was to be a site-specific installation within the confines of an art fair, with each gallery occupying a certain amount of designated space. I wanted to explore what would happen if I could impose this site-specific piece, breaking planes and axes, in a not-so-traditional art fair setting. I was extremely pleased with how the work turned out in that context, but having the chance to see the work in direct sunlight and moonlight gave me new insight into the work I created. It somehow altered the scale and empirical value of the work. I also believe it is a testament to the mission of SiTE:LAB and I am grateful to have had this opportunity.