This is a spatial work using architectural elements, exhibited at Sagacho Exhibit Space (Sagacho Bis) in Tokyo, in June, 1988. It was the first of several major works which emerged from my investigations into Diderot’s Encyclopédie. The primary frame provides axes of time, memory, and flattened space. The interior structure is derived from a genealogical path expressed in three dimensions, with volumetric elements collaged with illustrations from the Encyclopédie. Key positions on the path are marked by pendulums which are connected by strings to hand grenades in the adjoining room. Look all you want, but don’t fuck with it.