Houses of Infinity was originally conceived as a "2001 New Works Award" from the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission. It was installed using all the gallery interior space to create one large environment. This multi-media installation consists of centralized house icons in 2D and 3D forms on a sand-covered base. This project seeks to question our levels of existence socially and intellectually as well as physically and spiritually. It also included a spoken-word event with poets, writers, musicians and the general public invited to participate.


The second version, Houses of Infinity II, opened the 2001-2002 exhibition season at the L.H. Horton Gallery on the campus of San Joaquin Delta College and marked the debut installation of spatial art within the gallery .It featured expanded elements to create a site-specific work unique to the Horton Gallery.