303 Gallery will be releasing itself from the role of viewing space. Instead it will show another gallery, will become another gallery. As with Truffaut's "Day for Night", 303 Gallery will invert its relationship to the viewer, submerging its identity into the guest, and finally becoming a viewer itself. One space with two identities, creating a loss of ego, an emptiness, expanding standard expectations of institutional personas. How far can one dissolve ones character - making oneself available to all, accommodating all, becoming invisible? In the midst of this trip things change and oscillate - nothing is fixed nothing unchanging.