Paintings featuring an architectural structure of foxholes in which the human presence is consciously absent. Scaffoldings are transformed into foxholes as signs on a map of an aging city’s memories. In the end, holes of this kind create an underground and an over ground imaginary landscape, like tunnels that are not only an underground structure, but could also be variably connected to Egyptian burial sites, prison designs, suburban playgrounds and ancient Greek mythological hideouts. These series of drawings/paintings, like timely retrospectives, suggest how we might confront the complexity of a constructed world, without necessarily constructing it, but through living in hollow spaces that we always create.