A Remove, A Plan, A Plot
2016, San Francisco Arts Commission
A Remove, A Plan, A Plot was a multi media installation that envisioned 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 represented a transitional planning space where there is no power supply from the city, so all electronics are solar powered. Surveillance videos and city plans were scattered around the space, indicating a process of reflection on the past and planning for the future. The former gallery floor and walls were primed gray, leftover from the last de-installation left unfinished, which acted as an unintentional signifier of its transitional state.
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