The installation, Siren Songs, brings together a 65 foot mural painted on canvas, across which are hung composite portrait paintings. Transparent, double-sided freestanding paintings on mesh, which reinterpret layered digital compositions assembled in Photoshop, are arranged throughout the space. As with architectural windows, you see through them and as such, they are perpetually modified by one’s position in relation to them. Interruptions wherein images alternately reveal and conceal one another, suggest a non-linear visual narrative, both in the individual paintings and collectively throughout the installation, as the mural, portraits and transparent paintings interact. Like the overlapping and nested windows on my computer screen, the installation as a whole encourages many internal relationships and correspondences.