This cycle of ten wall texts is typical of Weiner?s practice in which he conveys the concept of the artwork by defining it through language. Each statement suggests a physical action or invokes the manipulation of an object or matter. Indeed, Weiner regards his language works as sculptures, and they can be seen as instructions or propositions that could be enacted. These works are displayed as vinyl lettering applied directly to the gallery wall. The artist?s aim is to offer a universal, objective experience in which the reader is invited to execute the work through his or her own imagination.