60 cast iron low aspect cones hang just a fraction above the floor of the Gallery. When a viewer first encounters these works, they appear to be firmly planted on the floor but as you still yourself, one realizes that they are all in constant, very subtle motion perpetuated air currents, traffic on the outside street and other factors. The experience is akin to sitting in a train on a rail siding and either your train or the one next to you begins to move and you are unable to know which train is in motion. Looking at the slippers in motion shifts to the perception that the floor is moving and back again. This work subverts our assumption of the attachment of our feet to the earth below us.