For one month I sat for 1/2 hour each day in front of a derelict television screen that was placed outdoors in a garden. Later, the installation at Malaspina Printmakers Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada, involved a series of photo-lithographed images that were taken from a still-shot of the video and progressively enlarged via a photocopier. Directives were embossed upon each one. As the viewers circulated the gallery, they saw the video and read instructions that blurred and/or highlighted the corporeal differences between viewing in a gallery and viewing a screen. A large map of the gallery space was drawn on one wall. At times, I sat in the gallery, viewing the video of myself.