Painted on a staircase built to be like the one where we once posed, my sister and I appear life-size, but ghostlike. This work is part of a series which feature snapshot-derived paintings on a three-dimensional environments. From one angle the painted areas coalesce into the first image on the left. However, from all other angles, the view of a coherent image falls apart into discontinuous or overlapping, often trapezoidal sections. For me the image disintegrates spatially similar to the way a (photographed) event dissolves in time. As the painted figures form and dissolve, they suggest memories, or perhaps thoughts, emerging and dissipating.