One red "Silvine" brand, staple fold bound notebook with grid paper with reproduced, axiomatic architectural drawings that fold out from cellophane tape hinges or are folded and unattached to the binding. The orientation of the prints is such that in order to view the prints, the reader must to continually turn the book. The layout of the text within some of the drawings mimics concrete poetry style. The content is written in the voice of a young schoolboy, presenting short anecdotes or statements pertaining to the social life of the school environment. An accompanying CD-ROM allows for a digital exploration of axiomatic renderings of the grade school facility rendered in the book. "Through the CD-ROM I suggest ways for views to negotiate paths around the drawing..."--Artist's Synopsis of work.