For my Rome Prize Fellowship, I will focus on an interdisciplinary and multiphase project that examines the thirteen obelisks in Rome. I will place specific interest on the eight ancient Egyptian obelisks stolen and transported to Rome. Titled T(KH)N, the project interrogates the legacies of colonial architecture, repatriation, and public space using video, performance, and drawing. The multiphase project employs a structured methodology that remixes the hierarchy of research, process, and production. Using the obelisks as a geographi¬cal framework, I will create a series of videos and drawings that speak to and respond to the body, its relationship to the public space, and surrounding context, possibly disrupting¬ memories of an oppressive past and forging new psychospatial relationships to placemaking.