Rhode Island School of Design, 1991, 2002
This installation builds an immersive simulation of its surroundings from only the environment's available, reflected light. An outdoor, cubic enclosure is constructed with one small hole in each of the walls and ceiling. This produces a full-surround, upside-down, 180-degree shifted, moving image of the surrounding site projected on all the interior surfaces of the room. The nature of the room changes from an opaque enclosure to a transparent viewing space.