The following stills are extracted
from a video featuring the Ray and Maria Stata Center, MIT, designed by Frank Gehry. In the course of the video, the structures
of the building are 'corrected' into conventional design grids, eradicating the complex of architectural destortions. The
second component (ReCentering Wedge) is a small sculptural assemblage that was constructed for use in a perfomance that took place inside the Center.
The video projection and the performance document are two of three components of the installation, Statastasis. The third
component was presented as a bicycle-mounted radio transmission (Case Western)
that was originally performed in the expansive lobby of the Center in 2005, and was recreated in 2006.