Swica’s constructed landscapes investigate the potential of memory to trigger a photograph. Building dimensional views using everyday materials, simulation is not in evidence, with forms often suggestive of something, rather than sculpturally accurate. Animated by light, the constructions transform into spatial atmospheres, crossing the idea of “place” in a condition of time. They are at once clichéd and unknowable, even the detection of their fakery only seeming to underscore their insistence as a somewhere.