Commissioned by the Chehalis tribe to depict their tribal mythology developing the concepts with a panel of elders and a consulting historian. The space was an expanded wing corridor of the Eagles Landing Hotel with a designated wall space the measured 5’h x 40’w x 6’d. The installation was segmented into five segments each with a specific story within. Below each section was an audio component which allows visitors to listen to recorded audio of elders describing the story in their language. The mediums include powder coated aluminum, sandblasted glass, carved red and yellow cedar, and a painted background mural.