Untitled (Naught) is a sculpture intended to be looked at in the context of installation. The frame overlaps on the 4 corners, creating a never-ending loop for the viewer's eyes. The size of the piece alludes to the typical portrait ratio, and the wood shows evidence of human touch. Untitled (Naught) displays absence within the frame and highlights the vast emptiness in the space outside of it; the nothingness provides a place for the audience to associate imagery to the emptiness inside. Additionally, it asks the audience to look at the frame independently as an object that holds and glorifies image, acknowledging its existence without the distraction of content.