Sabine Hornig's sculptures, photographs and installations re-envision architectural spaces and ubiquitous urban forms to explore the concepts of space, perspective and memory. At once rigorously formal and poetic, her work recontextualizes familiar places and structures such as­ storefront windows, urban facades, and school houses through overlapping perspectives and inversions of scale and dimension. By blurring the boundaries between pictorial and real space, viewer and object, Hornig’s work both challenges and expands upon the ways in which her viewers perceive their surroundings at large.