The Interference Bank challenges conventions of public / private, transparency / opacity, and circulation through its juxtapositions of commercial retail showrooms and public gallery and meeting spaces. The notion of interference draws from studies into the graphic design and anti-counterfeiting measures embodied in modern currency, in which pattern modulation, color gradation, and moire effects create the unique appearance and effects that carry lessons in design beyond flat graphics and into experiential space.

The Bank tests the ability of wires, as transformable building elements, to interact and coagulate with one another to create an array of conditions that address issues of structure, platform, porosity, and shelter. It is in the weaving and crossing of multiple screens of these elements that the desired juxtapositions of program are eplored. A secondary system of full enclosure attaches itself within the structures of wires, as tissue to a skeleton, grafting between areas of partial enclosure and shelter created by the wires. These more opaque, solid volumes contain the series of retail showroom spaces, while the spaces between and through are reserved for circulation and public gallery / exhibition spaces.