I’m taller than most of the people I know 2008

The height of the floor adjusts itself so that two or three individuals stand at the same height, gazing eye to eye. It’s a subtle but profound intimate shift, much like sitting together at a table.

We celebrate diversity, and differences are sources of richness in our relationships. At the same time they are the roots of division and power, invisibly shaping the micro-politics of our every interaction.

Height in this case serves as a metaphor for all of our personal differences, hoping to foreground their ever-present and overlooked impact by momentarily and prosthetically removing them.