On first walking into the exhibit, one is greeted by what appears to be a large fireplace-like setting on the opposite wall, with a raised brick floor leading into a small compartment that holds a red ball suspended over a stand. Upon closer inspection, one will see that it is not painted on the wall at all, but is actually raised a bit. The work is a very precise rendition of depth perception without sharp lines, which makes the brick walkway seem very real, as if the observers could tread upon it and enter the painting itself.
Another interesting installment is Robin Hill and Steve Kaltenbach's "Say it Back," which includes a recording of sporadically bouncing ping-pong balls, imitating the sound of softly falling rain. A large blue easel holds two sets of large blue paper lined in pale stripes. The papers are printed with e-mail correspondences between Hill and Kaltenbach concerning the conception and creation of the installation itself. On the ground below the easel is a miniature ping-pong table, complete with paddles and a regular-sized ping-pong ball, inscribed with the words "Say it back."