I came upon this installation while viewing the FLUXUS collection at MoMA. I was completely drawn to the intensity of the piece. Maybe because in some way, at one time, I could identify with the cardboard cutout who was overrun by seemingly important, non-sensical items. It also reminded me of many clients that I’ve worked with who’d struggled with a fixed two-dimensional view of themselves as workers & doers. These clients were overwhelmed by expectations, work/social responsibilities, titles, and “To Dos”. The missing dimensions in their lives were self awareness, enjoyment, space, freedom. I absolutely love working with clients to break out of their two-dimension view, to find clarity, and and to reconnect with themselves.