Panelism is a form of art presentation where the larger image is constructed in a grid of smaller "panels". These gridded panels stitched together to form the large picture or work is used to create a narrative of contrast between natural, organic forms and the rigid artificiality humanity creates as living centers or cities. The gridded panels of the work synthesize rigid lines of buildings, roads, even parks squared off within a predetermined area inside a living center. This is used to show the struggle of the natural versus the created, the organic versus the constructed.