These “window” works are meditations on how architecture operates as both a passage and hindrance to the immediate, fleeting and sublime. They recreate Saigon’s colonial-era, security window structures as fragile objects stripped of their original protective properties. Instead of iron, these are made from wood – fragile and lacking in utility. Frozen in time and place, they are relics that usher in an era of neo-decadence. Process-wise, wood panels are painted with images “from the outside” that have been impressed onto the patterns, which are cut using a CNC machine. In this fragmented state, they act as interruptions to our sunsets, evening lamps, fires, and the big and small histories contained within.