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Morse of the interior of the Louvre in which paintings are hung in the typical salon style, crowded on the wall from floor to ceiling. In this setup, the space of the gallery wall is divided hierarchically, but other than that it is irrelevant to the paintings that are placed on it. It is irrelevant because each painting is a self-contained universe. With an illusionistic sense of space created by whatever optical devices the painter might employ, such as sin gle-point perspective or atmospheric perspective, these paintings become spaces that open up to the viewer and ask to be explored by the eyes.
10 The PS1 building was a disused nineteenth-century school with tw o win gs a nd t hree floors p lus a n a ttic a nd accessib le r oof. W hen the Institute f or Ar t a nd Urban Res ources, r un b y Ala nna Heiss, le arned that the building was slated for demolition, they negotiated a lease with the city of Queens for one thousand dollars per year for twenty years. 11 The Institute intended the old building to house artists’ studios that could be rented cheaply, project spaces where artists could develop and exhibit long-term projects, exhibition spaces, and a performance space.
Recognizing the importance of documentation in his work, he tried various photographic solutions to the problem — from deadpan black-and-white snapshot do cumentation t o large-scale Cibac hromes t hat s erved as visual interpretations of the bodily experience of his spaces. 32 He was interested in photography both as a self-sustaining process generated by a reaction to light 41 42 F R A M E D S PAC E S and as s omething that recorded his ep hemeral site-specific work. Thes e interests are present in his work from its beginning.