Leaning into a bias toward abstraction/intuition, artist Francisco Rosario works in geometric sculpture to create power objects that hold space, acceptance, and ownership. Utilizing repeating forms and woven texture his work is inspired by elements of sound, timing, repetition and the reverse engineering of rhythm and pattern. Through his use of techniques and materials employed in modern and indigenous building trades, his process is an intuitive exploration of the effort of immigrants and first generation Latinx citizens to distinguish themselves within a sea of statistics and establish a home, a contribution, and an expressive self. Rosario's work acknowledges the privilege of a creative practice, and represents interests, experiences, and cultural contributions of people of color and the working class. The repetition prescribes a sense of order to the chaos of anonymity and the fragility of our participation and identity.