Completed right before the June residency, this screen consists of four panels made of plywood, maple, chestnut wood, digital prints, acrylic paint, and graphite text. Each concave/convex unit is interchangeable and can be configured either in a serpentine or half-circle fashion. The piece is a confrontation of points of view, with a paradoxical confluence of photographically-rich surfaces and voided discarded objects from the Kendaia site. The representation of place unfolds in both a visual and verbal manner. Finding the meaning of place involves a multi-faceted dimensional experience, in part revealed/concealed.