A library is a recurring motif in my artwork. For this site-specific display, viewers are presented with lines of law text pages strung high above their heads. The lines of pages feed into the shells of books on opposite ends of the lines. Resting on the balcony, and overlooking the courtyard, these books have been specifically chosen. Law students, and all students for that matter, acquire a great deal of knowledge that guides their judgement from such books. Logically, it is expected that as one’s books accumulate, accumulation of knowledge should follow. This accumulated knowledge guides and structures our reasoning. We seem to find a sense of stability and place for everything that has been learned. But like the seemingly stable hanging pages, this knowledge never remains motionless and will always have to twist, turn, and react in order to adapt to the environment.