In 2005 I got invited to do my first major installation. I had some ideas in my head about creating an immersive space that functioned as a single artwork, as cohesive as a single drawing, but expanded outward for the viewer to experience by exploring - but I hadn't fully gotten to try these ideas out yet, because their execution was still beyond my reach. Then Jeffrey Deitch asked if there was anything I was hoping to created but hadn't yet tried, and that turned out to be a very transformative question. I set to work building out my first major installation that summer. The front entrance was designed to echo the experience of two train cars passing each other in the tunnels. I just took those original Subway Window prints and translated them into a unique variant series of small works on architectural salvage, and they'll be going up one at a time on the Archivist's Circle website starting today. The link is in my bio.