An inhabited wall created for a dance performance by Solomons Co./Dance. The wall cuts the scene in two; one half of the audience on each side of the stage. The dancers occupy both sides of the stage as well as the wall, thus allowing either a partial or altered view of the dance. Each module of the wall is treated as a scaffold from which elements, such as spandex, neoprene, plexiglas and scrim, are hung, either to distort, hide or filter the view of the dancers, to create a threshold or a transformable room.

Between 1988 an 1990, Beth Weinstein, Francisco de Almeida, Scott DeVere + Zainie Zainul collaborated on several installations, under the name a(d+V) u2z.