‘Visible creatures are like a book in which we read the knowledge of God. One has every right to call God’s creatures God’s “works”, for they express the divine mind just as effects manifest their cause.’ Thomas Aquinas. Seeing the creatures, the creator is made visible. The created world is the thing we are ‘a part of’ – not ‘a part from’. In this expansive and edgy installation – the mirror, the bodiless mask, the shifting plates, the sanctuaries along the dark corridors, the stand-up feet – each element constructs a path and platform where one can consider one’s own place in the world, amongst all its existing mysteries.