Objects are still okay, as is their history. But lineage is refuse, obscured and thrown away.

In this piece, we question art and history to disinhibit information about their procession. Grabbing from their repositories is convenient. Architecture, mint paper—a system to expose certain mundane, e.g. of like, now, views on living and thinking.

Aimee J. Wang earned her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and her BA from Harvard University. She currently lives and studies in Cambridge, MA.

Charles Talbot was born in Boston and graduated as a painting major from Skidmore College and went on to apprentice for Toshiko Takaezu at her ceramics studio in Quakertown, New Jersey. After developing there as a maker in Ceramics, Charles studied further at Colorado State University, and earned an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He currently works as a studio technician and teacher at the Harvard Ceramics Program.