This season, Texas monster prints pressed by steamrollers are being made by crews in SA, Austin, and Houston. Sang-Mi Yoo's installation, “The Anomalous Traces,” isn't that stuff, but rows of tall lithographs and laser-cut felt. They're huge, the size of plywood sheets. The allusion to construction materials is on spot, given that the work's topic is housing. Using a laser, Yoo has cut outlines of floor plans and architectural renderings into massive pieces of hanging felt, which sag with their weight like wet papel picado along the walls of UTSA Satellite Space in Southtown. Raking lights cast severe shadows from the cut felt onto backing paper, making a tri-color display that is perfectly replicated in lithographs of the felt works that are mixed in with their three-dimensional doubles. Marching through the room like house rows in suburbia, the room is filled with an unsettling blend of real and depicted material that undermines the viewers' belief in their senses. It questions other judgements, too.