In Parallax View PLMA probes the dark side of international business practices by focusing on the insular conversations and ideas that might be discussed in the conference rooms of the numerous multi-national conglomerates that control global capital. To that end, this exhibition posits that the strategies, advertising campaigns, the corporate, political and academic associates with companies of this type are malignant in nature, undertaken with a military-like precision in oder to control the outcome and any and all business dealings. In this sense Parallax View includes, if only on the periphery, the idea that this kind of business strategy can come off as conspiratorial; paranoid at best and always as insinuating a reading that places companies in positions of power and control. PLMA’s boardroom serves as a defunct stage of a company in crisis mode strategizing a way out of a problem situation. Through objects, images, graphic design, video and performance, PLMA offers the boardroom as the locus of abstraction; where campaigns, schemes, meetings and covert planning take place.