In the Space Construction prints, different perspectives are crossed with each other in ways that are not possible, in an attempt to get the viewer to see two events at one time. These prints are made by taking pieces from particular architectural surfaces and working them into an image that represents several experiences of perception at once. I want perspective to stretch our ability to comprehend space by forcing it to form and reform along illogical lines. These overlapping experiences become a new event that is tangled and shifts focus. As the viewer attempts to find objects and pieces that are aligned, they must also shift focus and get caught in the tangled event. By struggling to see, they would become aware of their own visual perception. The viewer is confronted with seeing two spatial scenarios at one time and hopefully will understand how they see one, by seeing another contradict its spatial logic simultaneously.