Here, two contextually related images are combined in a manner that refutes regular patterns of dimensionality.

Each has an implied dimension that upon closer inspection reveals that the presumed view is actually different than first imagined. In one, a train station—painted in black and white patterns so that the station embodies a two dimensional reality—is paired with a flat shoji screen.

Both are forced into the same photographic plane, yet on their own, inhabit completely divergent physical realities, thus breaking down conventional notions ofrepresentation.