When environment and sculpture are united they form new dialogs and more complex sensory experiences. Rui Chafes creates an immersive installation in VOLUME! through his incorporation of both environment and sculpture. The exhibition space is transformed into a long inclosed corridor made out of iron. Slender, and tall with room only for one person, the viewer is sur-rounded by a solitary passage way. Along the corridor 336 small holes provide a soft dim light. The only sound within the corridor is the thud of the viewers feet and the occasional whistle of an imaginary wind bring the mysterious of the outside world to a solitary experience. The passage encourages a multitude of emotions and contrasting sensations anxiety, oppression, and the sense of being watched.