'The Only Time is Now' /2014 
Artist House, curator: Marie Shek

The Only Time is Now, engages questions of demarcation, the setting of boundaries, appropriation and invasion. Hacmon transforms the gallery space into a private parking lot of which he is the owner, conquering the gallery. He transposes the familiar, daily public site into exhibition space. The parking lot is an area of transition that hosts actions that are detached from our consciousness and devoid of memory. Using available props that expose the tension between the personal and the material, Hacmon generates a charade of a falsified readymade in which a familiar appearance becomes a statue imitating its original. The viewer, forced to pass through a check point in order to enter the space, into a no man's land governed by laws of its own, is caught unmasked, exposed and threatened