D'Agostino moves past the carnage, into the back room of the studio, where the actual casting is done. Buckets, bags of plaster, and molds from other projects litter the floor and the two large worktables on the far side of the room. She takes out her phone and begins to scroll through photos of her latest project, entitled "#Home #Homeless," created for the at-TENT-ion exhibit in Pearlstone Park during Artscape, where all of the artists created work in identical pup tents. "When I put the tent together, I just didn't like it," she says, "especially the fabric." As a result, D'Agostino stripped the tent down to its frame.