Big Deal was a conceptual installation based on Dramatism, the brand of literary theory touted by Kenneth Burke in his 1945 book "A Grammar of Motives". The artist utilized Burke's "Dramatist Pentad" strategy of finding meaning in a text and expanded this strategy into the abstract, finding meaning in combinations of the following elements: act, scene, agent, agency, and purpose. These five components were used to reference the five major points of the human body. The repeated use of the number 5 and other symbols such as the cross, triangles, and dodecahedra, lend an air of mysticism. The artist made intentional use of the stark language of Modernism to articulate her passion for objectification and authority.