Two heavy-duty plastic corrugated culverts lay intersected on the floor. One projects a loop of the sun settling into and rising back over the Illinois horizon in perpetuity - a full cycle lasts about 90 minutes. At its zenith, the projection provides enough light for the room to be navigable, but at its nadir your eyes have a hard time adjusting. A microphone-probed navel loops on a monitor at the end of the other tube, casting a flickering glow onto the wall. Both pieces are physically reverberating with the sound of the navel video in a full range of frequencies and a boosted low end of 10 - 100Hz for tactile response.