CBC Installation Photo Gallery Installing The City Beneath the City A look at the exhibition space before we began the installation. Artist Rene Yung, top right, works with preparator Lisa Newble, top left, and students to lay out the case drawers. Our team of professionals assembles a drawer liner to protect the drawer interiors. Lisa Newble and student Meredith Reifschneider fill one of the case drawers with decomposed granite. Rene Yung and Lisa Newble place artifacts from the Market Street Chinatown collection in the case drawers. Lisa Newble adjusts the height of the shelves in one of the cases. Rene Yung places a porcelain rice bowl in the display. Rene Yung speaks with student Kyle Lee-Crossett during the installation about her vision for the City Beneath the City exhibition. Of course all of the vitrines over the cases must be cleaned so that no finger prints show. Lisa Newble cleans the interior of one of the pedestal cases before it is placed over the artifacts. Rene Yung considers the placement of some of the artifacts in one of the cases. Rene Yung and preparator Colin hang a floor-to-ceiling 1884 map of the Market Street Chinatown. Rene Young works and student Cherkea Howery arrange artifacts in case drawers.