This piece was constructed inside of an old bank building in historic downtown Los Angeles. I find that the insides of take-out containers create the most regal of shapes when used as molds and plaster is cast inside of them. They reflected a likeness with the building's architecture. Its name Narcissus is a bit tongue-in-cheek. A giggle at this vanity. They were also a stand-in for the contemporary idea of bringing detritious inside of the gallery.
The piece was brought into the gallery on a dollie, as a nod to sculptures contemporary mobility versus that of the times this building was constructed. The dollie was butted up against a pillar as punctuation for this probing.