Pipes and cables of the built environment tend to be hidden and contained, like organic viscera, but they evert and prolapse in and out of hidden spaces. Trunking and boxing, in occulting pipework and cabling, layers over the built space and creates indeterminate forms. 
We are not in control of dust, but it was once part of us, our skin, clothing and furniture. It accumulates, proliferates, clusters and moves. It is not at all clear when or how a mote becomes a fleck or a bunny. Or how a cloud settles to become a coat. The accretion of particles, lint and hair happens in plain sight but is rarely noticed. Dust has an uncontrollable, pervasive quality. Like the uncanny, efforts to control and define it produce insecurity and uncertainty. 
William Card 
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