My installations usually take one and a half to two years to complete. The first, Absolutely Fashionable, was a reaction to a program on National Public Radio about the day in the life of a lingerie model. My second, My Perfect Body, was a tongue-in-cheek look at myself and the women I encountered while attending a gym in Park Slope, Brooklyn. I created my third, On the Street Where I live, after reading an article in the New York Times in 2001 about a group of people at Boston University who were involved in creating computer generated immersive worlds. I contacted them and was invited by Boston University’s Scientific Computing and Visualizing lab to view their work and participate in creating an immersive three-dimensional world as part of their HiPArt Project. The outcome was that I spent two years drawing storyboards for a world inspired by Juan Miró and learning a 3D animation program. In all, On the Street Where I Live took 3 years from start to opening.