Looking to interstitial spaces within built environments, I run deceptively facile interruptions in an effort to manifest immaterial implications within our architectural constructs. These interrogative gestures excavate the conditions of the site while arresting a synchronous and self-reflective effort within the viewer. This is the potent realm where my work proliferates: the moment when architecture ceases to exist as mere formal guidance for inhabitants and offers something more exploratory and multidimensional. These settings, once perceived as mundane, now create opportunities for exploitation and I temper these inconsistencies to inspire an engaged conversation with the interior. Through these reclamations, I steal unassuming material moments which were left as afterthoughts and I upend the architectural hierarchy. The once uninteresting corner is now a place worthy of attention. These sites which were promiscuous and indiscriminate, yet simultaneously liminal and unobtrusive, are paradoxically amplified, liberated from their mundanity through material gestures of immaterial resonance.