For sixteen days, the artist was employed as a demolition laborer at the site of the long-vacant Farrar Mansion in Buffalo, NY. The primary task was to clear 1500 sq ft of interior space on the third floor of the building. During each day, according to the supervisor's instructions, various wall, floor, and ceiling components were removed. Each night, the artist returned to the site, collected those materials that were removed during the day, and assembled them in new arrangements. The resulting installations were photographed and then dismantled. All materials were returned to their prior locations before the next work day began.