In The Unity of Things I assembled photographs from scientific texts, many of which possess an uncanny resemblance to each other. In handmade books I juxtapose such images as a neuron and a lightning bolt, a cross section of bone and a cypress, lung tissue and tree branches, among others. In its clinical milieu, the work is akin to a specimen collection. The placement of these photographs in unadorned books and displayed in an ordered fashion mimics the vernacular of the archive. However, the diagrammic labels, meant to reveal information, signify nothing, except the act of labeling itself.