Wooden pavilion, pedestal, “nuns” shoes, cincture rope, stained glass, lighting, trouser leg and “priest’s shoe – all installed in a corner space in which the porthole windows were transformed by the placement of 64 pressure fitted jewel tone stained glass windows. Installed in the City Gallery of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Two Columbus Circle, in a building designed by Edward Durell Stone in an exhibition entitled Outside In: Socrates Sculpture Park At Columbus Circle. 1987