The work Study For The Structure Of The Presentation Of A Place consists of five blocks of plaster on brown paper. Postcards, that depict modernist buildings from architectural proposals that haven’t yet come to life, are attached to the blocks with masking tape. Two of them are visible and three of them are flipped over with the information on the back erased. The mounted postcards stand for fictional places, whose information cannot be accessed. The information is deliberately inaccessible in order to shift the viewer’s attention from trying to understand and access the depicted place, towards trying to produce meaning through the structure of the presentation of the place; the work serves as a representation of the structures through which a place is presented and grounds its space, rather than its material space.