Claiming: An Installation of Paintings by Stephen Bush alters the gallery. The exhibition spaces are sparsely hung and the walls painting in saturated dark colors. These paintings are not presented as previous objects, nor do they evidence a certain progression or development of in the artist’s work. The viewer of this installation is enveloped by a color discordant with the paintings and invited to participate in the spectacle of a tableau peopled by many Stephen Bushs. You are invited to focus your attention and locate your own point of view within one constructed frame of reference.