“Correspondence” (2008) is loosely based on the lives of Nelson Mandela, a political prisoner who wrote extensively while imprisoned, and Terry Anderson, a hostage who kept a miniature journal hidden from view by storing it in his under wear. An envelope sits upright under a bell jar. Its house-shaped shadow joins similar looking dwellings in a barren landscape. While surveillance lights constantly scan the landscape, the prisoner inside this dwelling secretly writes on the walls of his cell and creates an architectural space into which he can disappear. Dogs attack and a giant hand destroys the entire scene, but the prisoner has ultimately created the perfect means of escape through imagination and perseverance.