A selection of work originally scheduled for exhibition at 321 Gallery was shown at 628 Grand Avenue in Brooklyn for three days in August 2020. The presentation of prints and oil paintings pictured instances of structural instability, and subjects observed during self isolation.

Published in collaboration with Marina Ancona at 10 Grand Press, the prints are the culmination of a weaving experiment with open warps, undertaken as the 2019 Lenore Tawney Foundation resident at the International Studio and Curatorial Program. The paintings, made from observation immediately before and since COVID-19, picture lock boxes through which access to housing is exchanged without human interaction. Plants and self portraits were painted indoors after social distancing became necessary.