This piece consists of an A4 document resting on top of a filing cabinet. The document inexplicably shifts in colour, going from dark black/grey to white. When “white”, the viewer is able to read the document, whilst in its darker state, the text is impossible to read. The idea of memory and the writing of history is dealt with as an unstable and theatrical act.

The document appears to be a photo copied excerpt page from ‘The House of Leaves’ by Mark Z. Danielewski. This debut novel has a very unconventional format and structure, with unusual page layout and style. It contains copious footnotes, many of which contain footnotes themselves, and some of which reference books that do not exist.