In the installation at Sculpture Center, the speaker was aimed at a brick wall, diffusing the targeted sound beam while localizing its experience. As opposed to directives of crowd control (either militaristic or advertising-based), the work aims to be at the threshold of perceptibility.
The audio includes noise recordings similar to the environment of Sculpture Center, occasionally punctured by a female voice asking a range of loose questions in relation to social organization (ie. "What is to be done? For whom? For what end? What if all that is solid melts into air?"). Inspired by the work of Max Neuhaus, occasional chimes bring attention to the work, reflecting the historical usage of bells as social organizer particularly around quantifiable labor.