Error is a form of deviancy, a supposed inhospitable climate of wrong. The space between the concepts of wrong and right is often a zone of exile, a separate but adjoining area where mistake banishes each of us from previous convictions. Embracing this futile yet consuming human condition, Permission speaks through the language of furniture. As the go between of architecture and its inhabitants, these works subtly highlight dislocation through their groundlessness. As each work essentially misses the mark, error and thus failure takes on a contemplative inflection.