This collaborative exhibit consists of a room-sized diorama, closed off except for three access portholes, each leading to a unique experience designed by one of the artists. Each segment of the whole will deal with a particular viewpoint on historical and contemporary constructs. When considered as a whole, the installation suggests the interconnectedness of our individual experiences.

Blasko works with two-dimensional mixed media, drawing, textiles, sculpture, installation, video, and performance art. Charlton works in mixed media sculptures, and Thomas is a ceramicist and painter. All based in Western PA, their artwork is conceptually driven with an emphasis on hierarchy, social structure and education.