The collection (or “set”) of objects at Elsewhere forms a limit within which infinitely derivable contexts, works, and arrangements are demonstrated and performed. Here, antique objects and art objects, neither sacred, coexist in a transforming installation that creates constellations of materials, processes, and products. The internal circulation of things enables Elsewhere to approach creative practice as a basis for communication and response. Organization becomes a means for ordering and tracing the trajectories of an evolving community.