Perilous Times was a site-responsive painting installation at Ground Floor Workshop in Brooklyn in 2011. Through this work, I explored an architectural context for my painting series HOMEwRAP. The installation responded to the eccentric architecture of the space – 40 feet long by 7 feet wide by 9 feet high -- while developing the design of a proposed building for Freedom Plaza in Washington DC. The piece integrated painting, sculpture, bas relief, and lighting.
In 2012, I re-imagined the work for the exhibition, Nineteen Ways of Looking at a Painting, at Porch Projects in DC.