Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen have worked together since 2005 and have created dozens of room-sized art installations. Their collaborative practice has given them a platform to examine their individual experience of the world relative to one another. The questioning of their memory, perception and imagination has encouraged experimentation and play that might not otherwise exist in their individual art practices. Using paper as their primary medium, they have created artworks that conceptually bridge the natural and human-built environments. Their work is site responsive and has taken the form of old growth forests, the flow of a glacier or purely abstract representations of a natural phenomena.