A Remove, A Plan, A Plot
2016, San Francisco Arts Commission
A Remove, A Plan, A Plot is a multi media installation that includes video, solar panels, wood, primer paint, wire, LEDs, mirror mylar, and archival inkjet prints. It envisions a space in a fictional future after the existing gallery where it was located has closed. Located next to and facing San Francisco City Hall, the installation represents a conspiratorial and transitional planning space where there is no power supply from the city, so all electronics are solar powered. Surveillance videos and city plans are scattered around the space, indicating a process of reflection on the past and planning for the future. The former gallery floor and walls are primed gray, leftover from the last de-installation left unfinished, which acts as an unintentional signifier of its transitional state.
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