Housed on the museum's second floor, S-281913 is made up of two architectural “switches.” These are rotating glass elements that alternate between being reflective and transparent (depending on the light or where you are standing).
These switches work independently and together relaying different lines of sight. Your orientation will fluctuate as the switches move. Something that seemed far away will suddenly be close (and visa versa).
Oppenheimer, from Austin but now living in NYC, holds an MFA from Yale. She has had solo exhibitions at numerous institutions around the world and, in addition to this work at the Pérez, is set have major solo exhibits at Wexner
Center for the Arts (2017) and Mass MoCA (2019).