This was an interesting thought experiment for me, one that took me outside of my tradition methods of making art. As an assignment for graduate school I was expected to make a work of art that was anti-compositional and commodity driven. I was encouraged to look at the work of Barbara Kruger and Damien Hirst, neither of whom I am especially found of. I chose to photograph the franchise landscape that lines much of American interstates, collage them at random and then project the resultant imagery. The finished work continually changes, composing and decomposing, as shadows are cast.