With “Chambers” (2012-2014), I continue to pursue my exploration of the emptiness and dereliction of living quarters by manipulating archival pictures of animals in the Chicago Zoo so that only their dwellings remain. The removal of the animals from the photographs enables the spectator’s lamenting and ruminating over harsh architectural properties, which are related to Le Corbusier through the color-coding of select images that match his paint colors by way of theatrical gels used. The serialization is based on tonal changes from light to dark that accord with Adams and Archer’s Zone Scale, and its pattern both attenuates and produces the traumatic significance of what we see, recalling the impact Hal Foster attributed to Warhol’s repetitions.