Exposure Pathways is a site-specific sculptural intervention in the former Plainwell Paper Mill situated along the Kalamazoo River and EPA Superfund site in Southwest Michigan. The 20’ x 35’ structure was fabricated entirely from one ream of abandoned Plainwell Paper product found in the mill. The sculpture references the form of the Kalamazoo watershed and is lit solely by the limited sunlight that enters the building. Depending on weather and time of day, a camera obscura image of the sky is cast on the wall before moving across the paper structure. This found projection is the result of existing perforations in the architecture. Similar to the abandoned architecture in which it is housed, the construction is also at odds with the elements and subject to shift and change during the exhibition.