This piece is a reflection from the idiomatic expression: "Toe the line" a response to the idea of conforming to a rule or standard. To question the rules in a gallery setting; the invisible boundary between the art and viewer and the permission to interact with the work. Physically being able to move the line and change the space of the gallery; creating irony by allowing the audience to defy the rules.
'TOE THE LINE'
'Enclosed' 55", 34", 32" Installation/sculpture. Nail Clad walls confronting and exaggerating the confinement presented in the design urban spaces.