This exhibition offers a look into the intimate processes Downen employs in the studio to develop ideas and plan large scale installations. The art invites viewers to survey Downen’s work from a new and unexpected perspective. The project space features a long table and cabinet of drawers displaying models crafted from plaster, basswood, paper and gold leaf. The small scale of these sculptures explores a reversal of the experience that viewers generally have with Downen’s monumental installations. The inverted scale and assembly of the maquettes as a singular tablescape/cityscape result in a reconsideration of the forms in relationship to each other, the body and to Downen’s art making practice overall.