All sequences in the “Generations Series” are painstakingly reproduced in their latest form to become unique experiences linked to, but independent of, each other. Once a drawing was completed, the next generation was made from it and a new form to distort it brought to it, which the process would once again be repeated on. This process ends with the images scale becoming distorted through their application in architectural spaces. For Example the wall drawing at the Soap Factory uses the re-purposing of original art work through the process of disintegration, to create a unique experience fitting the history of the architectural space itself. As it’s a temporal art work it also uses the fortitude of this particular community to rely on its long term existence through their experience, making it a perfect example of hope for both its life and this art spaces future. As these murals are temporal, you can only see them as they are intended when they are at their closest to being created.