In aiming to create an artist's book that would respect the artists from the Mono-ha movement of Japan, I strived to embody the ideals and thoughts through my research. In a desire to pay homage to their work and ethos, I pursued the making of this book in similar processes that the artists were immersed in: one of non-objectification and one of constant re-presentations of materiality in different contexts for their viewer. The wide spiral is an homage to Sekine Nobuo's Phase–Mother Earth, and the book is separated into various sections wherein after each there is a return to pure materiality of the raw chip board. At times, images are embedded into the text only for the reader to realize that the image is a "thing" that can be moved, and re-contextualized, filling the blank white page before. At the end of the book is a stack of transparent pages — it is then that the reader, through flipping through these pages, realizes that the book was created from cyclical processes of scanning and printing these transparent objects to form the physical contents.