In 2006 Steve Kirby proposed a 22.5 metre mosaic painting. The work was unresolved when he died in 2010. In 2016 the work will be reimagined for the first time. Resolved but forever unfinished, this large scale painting now invites you to participate in its ongoing creation. Following the same rules as Kirby's earlier mosaic paintings, the work is made only from elements discovered and cut from his own paintings. Each piece has been carefully hand finished, and can be moved independently, allowing for those visiting the work to explore first hand the concepts behind Steve's painting practice. As taken from Steve's original proposal, these pieces "are never regarded as ends in themselves, but as parts of a greater whole which invites viewers to consider the multiplicity of the phenomenal world and our own multidimensional transhistorical human nature."