At the bottom of the stairs leading to the gallery, a coil of electrical cable with metal covering sits on the floor, encircling an illuminated light bulb.
McCaslin installed six walls of metal studs, which are standard building materials. The studs in each wall are sixteen inches apart, and each wall is installed sixteen inches from the next wall. As a group, they separate the room's entrance from its windows. It is possible for a person to slip through the spaces to stand amidst the studs.