I've been thinking more about the problem of repair-- there are no flaws in the gallery space that I know of (perhaps I will be happily mistaken) which would give me a chance to exploit the possibilities of spacial repair. There are, however, seams. The place where one wall meets another, where the floor meets the wall and the ceiling meets the wall; all interesting possibilities for interventions. Are there analogies for these seams in the human body or the familial body?
There are the seams where interior meets exterior; orifices. The seams between walls suggest the promise of an opening; a more mysterious orifice for we are inside a space rather than viewing it from the outside. (What would it be to tuck in the corners of a room?)