Hinge: Periphery to Mark an Interior is a system of ever-growing parts made from ornamental marble molding and cut to different dimensions of my body. The piece is not limited by value-producing editions. Instead, its limits are reached only when all the possible ways to measure a body are exhausted. Each installation constitutes a porous boundary that is meant to delineate “interior” space within the home or exhibition. The installer/curator/collector frames an area which may encroach on or include other objects or architectural elements. With its intellectual framework forming a system of interrelated parts, Hinge mimics the methods of Conceptual Art. The piece plays with the perceived “irrationality” of both ornament and the feminine body, while its boundaries form a subtle apparatus of inclusion/exclusion.