2007, installation of vinyl decals, approximately 100 x 14 feet.
Ben Roosevelt speaks to the way we perceive information. He
makes decals of familiar figures or objects - a park bench, a
woman in a burka - and places each in one of the squares of the
Contemporary's gridded facade. Shorn of context, isolated
in a frame, the most banal object becomes a portent, and the
images that are already loaded become more so, or fraught with
Catherine Fox, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 6/24/07