My work explores the relationship between our environment and ourselves as being both physical and perceived. I consider that a place must coexist with what we are thinking, imagining and sensing. As we experience structure through our lens of knowledge and understanding we perceive what is not present. Looking beyond the physical or obvious, I find that architecture and structure provides a sense of order we submissively adhere to. We live in and around these structures, move up and down stairs, and walk around walls. We also skirt around the outside of buildings and climb over fences. The order these fabrications provide is the foundation for our experiences within them.