In this series, I worked from photographs of billboards in Mexico City to make silhouettes; these were plotted, cut out of plywood, then returned to an urban environment, in this case along the High Line in New York City. Built like theatrical stage sets, the illusion of perspective flattened out as one walked along the pathway. The pieces blend into their surroundings, all the while nagging at the peripheral vision of the passerby. Painted plywood, steel; 72 x 96 inches; 120 x 120 inches; 180 x 240 inches.