This slide show of thirty table arrangements shows mundane objects in a random sequence through conventional media. (Is it thirty days, or thirty frames-a-second?)
The objects depicted are at times arranged deliberately, and at others scattered in disarray. Throughout the slideshow objects may disappear, arrive again, become broken or return back to their original state.
Each table arrangement is a still life, the sequencing of which catalyzes our tendency to manifest meaning from disparate events, to project symbolism and narrative onto our environment and personal non-linear temporal experience. This tectonic of psychology and the assemblage of the built and natural environment scales from the table to the city.