I “collected” scars to create an installation that reflected on our ability to share experiences to create a collective experience. The installation consisted of 50 latex replicas of people's scars. They were molded from the participant to be exact duplicates and then placed in hinged plexi-glass boxes. The boxes were each rigged with a switch so that when they were opened, a recording of the person who bares the original scar begins to play, telling the viewer the story of how it happened. The project was displayed at Sycamore Galleries in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2007.