A book representing the city of Cambridge. A glossy map of the city has been cut into leaving only the streets and a delicate structure. A spiders web of a city. The simple tones of the streets contrast with the reverse of the map with its bright solid colours. The viewer can see the delicate structure of what makes up Cambridge and is left to fill in the blanks. It could almost be picked up by anybody and filled in to be a different city around the skeleton structure that is provided. An interesting question arrises - what makes a place special? Is it structure or our personal experiences of a place? This piece outlines that question well and gives the viewer much to question.