When you think of a work of art, what is it made out of? Clay, paint, pencil? For Chicago based artist Scott Carter, art can be made out of just about anything around him. His latest series of sculptures and furniture pieces are cut out of deconstructed dry wall. Carter's site-specific exhibitions splice up pieces sourced from the gallery's walls, leaving perfectly shaped holes that serve to document his process. One of his most recent installations, for example "Enigma of the Sublime" (2014), reconstructs Neo-classical sculptures that promote commercial building materials as a valuable medium.