I Draw a Line, 2010, installation at Arario Gallery, New York, powder, Dimensions variable 

The piece is situated in the space so that it is viewed upside down initially. To read the work, the viewer must walk
upon it and over it thus initiating its destruction. By having an audience read and consequently destroy it, the poem’s
content about establishing an “other” to avoid singularity or solitude no longer needs to exist.

The text reads:

I draw a line

to divide this space in two

in order

to know where I am not

to render this space unfamiliar

to imagine that I may not be alone

so that there is room

for a dialogue

for movement