In Interest: The Joy and Sorrow of the Written Word, little paper boats folded out of newspaper pages (different languages and sections/spheres of interest) float on the floor and create a sea of information. Short sound loops emanate from the boats with recordings of a pre-language: the cooing and crying of infants.

The origin of the word “interest” relates to the word “between” and alludes to the spaces between facts, various languages, and pre-languages and to un-named connections between these spheres.

The paper boats were reconfigured each week throughout the duration of the exhibiition.