"Berlin Bedroom" is a miniature room built inside a shipping crate. The vessel is placed high enough so that the window within the room is aligned with a real window outside it. The view within the crate is an illusion, created by a backlit photograph of the sky. As the simulated view is inconsistent with the real, a perceptual incongruity alludes to a cognitive incongruity. The crate is intended to symbolize a transient entity with distinctly limited agency. Voyeuristically the observer is forcefully allowed insight into this scene because of a freshly torn panel exposing what is contained within. /p>back/p>/p>model/p>