Rodman presents a group of three interrelated sculptures broadly concerned with gesture, sequence, time, movement, and phenomenological experience. All three address themselves to the mobile body of the beholder, suggesting a consensual, productive encounter between audience and object. The Construct is an assembly of three near-identical (though specifically not identical) gestural paintings made using an imbricated method of mark-making, resulting in three copies with no original. In Wandererer (Under Changing Conditions), three paintings are reconfigured into separate near-identical objects. Lights attached to each piece function as inverse clocks: a constant in relation to the shifting daylight flowing through the windows. Gradually/We Became Aware/Of A Hum in The Room distributes three identical triangular planks into corners of the room: low, it becomes a bench; at waist height, a desk; and near the ceiling, a shelf.