Dana Lok's painting, Parsing, Parsimony, where there is red and blue checker cloth in a field of grass with two spotlights. There is extruded text coming from it that reads, "YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW IT'S MADE TO KNOW WHAT IT IS, YOU HAVE TO KNOW ITS PARTS TO KNOW HOW IT'S MADE. YOU CAN TAKE OUT ITS PARTS AND PLACE THEM SIDE BY SIDE WHEN ITS PARTS LAY SIDE BY SIDE."