Grand Theft, by Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker, is a two-part installation utilizing the common spaces within The Carnegie to exhibit re-translation of artworks and lithophanes, or images worked in and revealed with backlighting. The artists have worked collaboratively, primarily in ceramic media, using three-dimensional scanning processes to "catch" famous works from around the country for re-translation. Both artists are use photography as the fundamental tool for creating objects. For Grand Theft, the artists interpret several iconic pieces on display elsewhere. Because their subject matter is often bound to another environment - objects are against walls or behind stanchions - they necessarily use low-grade photography equipment, both portable and unobtrusive. Missing data in these photo captures is caused by the obstructions in the artwork's "home" environment and become as interesting as the artwork itself.