Table of Contents casts a shadow on the ground that, in shorthand, reads 'table of contents'.
In this scuplture, a table supports alluminium sculptured objects, which have an apparent lack of meaningful content.
The words Table fo Contents* appear in shorthand in the shadow reflected on the floor. This shadow is itself the only intangible part of the sculpture, yet it is the part that holds the most meaning because it can be recognised by people who know shorthand.
Shorthand is a method of writing rapidly**. It uses sumbols to represent the sounds of words. The person viewing the shadow of the artwork coulb be said to be looking at the sound of a table of Table of Contents
* A table of contents is a list of the main contents inside a particular media, such as a book, or a real table on which stand real objects.
** The World Book Encyclopedia 355: 1986