Katie Wa the artist who’s work was displayed in the Llewellyn Gallery work had to do with her interest in unsound systems with rickety fixes for those systems. For some of the works in the gallery she took the back off of her camera and placed 3D maps inside of them. In denying the idea of the rectangular image and creating negative space she gave it the potential for a metaphorical meaning of a new way of thinking and crafting pieces. In doing so she opens the mind of the viewer and possibly helps them to unlock a new perspective of the world and art as a whole. In the piece where she smeared the image to fill in the pieces she helped it to dissolve into the film. The angels of the piece where it was vertical gave the image the power and control which forces the viewer to look at the image from the artist point of view and possibly allows them to give their thoughts on what the artist is trying to say.