Being There  at Castello Sonnino in Montespertoli, Italy comprises a series of wall drawings in the 17th century Vinsantaia that investigate the architecture of the mind.  The history, utility and physical structure of the Vinsantaia creates the framework to examine how we think and how we age, and how aging can cause the fragmentation of our thinking. The drawings evolve as if driven by a biological process; pruning and grafting shape branches of influence and shifting perspectives.  The work is an attempt to not just be a representation, but to actually become the way that the mind works (or fails.)