A simultaneously subtle and immediate work which acted as a continuously changing record, a transforming image, exposed with and reflecting activity within the room. The work was mediated through 12 arrayed glass panels aligned with and slightly offset the longest continuous wall of the room. Its physical dimensions were determined by the length of the room and the height of a human. Through the qualities of transparency, reflection and refraction, the glass activated a dialogue between the room and its visitors. This work was named after the exhibition space itself – New Shelter Plan.