An old "Bell and Howell" slide projector viewer's carousel rotates out of synch with the changing child-like video slides on its face. Its carousel contains no actual slides, and its body is made of a computer table which looks strangely like a baby's high chair. It has connections to the architecture of the building through the plug point and stands quietly in a corner dreaming of better places. The rhythmic movement is suggestive of life, and the faces suggest separate but united subjectivities, as in Guattari's "Chaosmosis". There are references to Modernist art and architecture, internet information architecture, Tetris and Melanie Klein.