Samson Young performs in the large gallery each day throughout the duration of the exhibition. In Refrains and variations, “an open-ended composition that reoccurs in short segments in different musical and spatial variations,” the artist wears a binaural microphone headset, a special set of over-the-ear mobile microphones that stream the sounds being played in the space that closely capture the way a human hears. The feed from these devices are heard through headphones in a smaller, domestically decorated space where visitors listen and watch Young carry himself to different parts of the room through windows facing into the performance space. The familiar surroundings, yet disembodied experience of listening in the viewing space is a physical reference to Alfred Hitchcock’s film Rear Window. The viewer is both separated from the action and intimately connected to it.