Scrim Incomplete (2011) was a site specific installation in the first Rooms to Let project organized by Melissa Vogley Woods in Columbus, Ohio.
Groupings of objects as well as the closet's architecture were stripped of their individuality with an overlay of repetitive mark making. The space and objects were no longer connected by their location and "object-ness"; instead, the repetitive marks transcended physical uniqueness. These transformations altered how the space and the objects were perceived by the brain, therefore bringing cataloging from the unconscious to a conscious experience. Entering the walk-in closet filled with objects obsessively drawn upon in single color lines, set up conflicts to the way in which people desire to catalog the world.
Exhibiting artists in the first Rooms to Let project in Columbus, Ohio were: Shauna Merriman, Elizabeth Gerdeman, Mary Jo Bole, Matt Flegle, Sarah Weinstock, Undine Brod, Candace Black-Housh, Ash Kyrie, Tim Smith, Sylvia Doebelt and Melissa Vogley Woods.