This is an installation anchored around an imitation of Carl Andre's 'lever' sculpture form factor. Here it is revised as a histogram made of compressed US currency bricks. This thing is titled 'retirement' when shown stand-alone.
The advertisements and news from the paper for the date and locality of the installation are unfolded on the floor next to the money bricks.
Each wall is inscribed in pencil graphite with a single word. Depending on your starting point, these read in sequence as
One corner of the room is filled-in with a triangular compression of fallen residue from the wall work. The opposite corner of the room contains a light blasting daylight-temperature light through a rectangular diffusion box.
The floor is painted with a whitewash made from smoothing and sanding the walls. Cleaning mops are used as brushes and displayed in the installation. This image of active and liquid form has dried, a ghostly suspension of creation or destruction suggestive of an ovum, omphalos, or enso (zen circle).