The mechanics of looking, representing, and interpreting are a central occupation here. Memory and recognition may inscribe forms with particular meanings for viewers. Patterns are animated by color, so that the same shape can leap forward and be read as form in one painting and shrink back to be read as background space in another. Each canvas represents a long process of repeating, reshaping and adjusting. Working on the floor or on a tabletop, Treib returns to motifs and configurations time and again, tirelessly remodelling her compositions. Using repetition of form and variation of color almost as variables in a controlled experiment, these works show how we order space according to our expectations, and in doing so highlight the role of individual perception in constructing our experience.