The work of Brad Brown, a San Francisco-based artist whose work is in the collections of museums and galleries internationally, including MoMA New York and San Francisco, has long had a preoccupation with the grid and its varied implications. Because this particular show required the array of over 1500 equally sized and spaced pieces, the decision was made to allow the pieces to lie flat, without evident fastening. The solution arrays four long tables across the gallery, lit from above by corresponding linear fluorescent fixtures. The drawings grid the tables horizontally, separated by exactly one inch in each direction. 2011.