|Village Green (Pillory), 2007, was exhibited at Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn. Made of 100-year-old salvaged wood, it was inspired by the public pillory used in colonial America. The octagonal sculpture creates a kind of self-policing panopticon where eight people can voluntarily face each other in self-imprisonment. It suggests a reflective group activity, public shaming, and surveillance of one’s fellow citizens. Installed in the corners of the outdoor gallery as hidden observation posts were Hunting Blinds, 2007.