Y-Axis was a sculptural installation, a forest of columns, occupying an hour glass volume of space centered below the four overhead beams in the Diego Rivera Gallery in San Francisco. At the center of the structure were 3 monitors playing a looped video entitled, "Arbol del Tule". The video recreates the experience of circling the widest tree in the world located in Oaxaca, Mexico. The piece was an epistemological critique of a sight-seers marker within the context of a contemporary art gallery. John Melvin and Andrés Garcia Franco were my collaborators.