“To be prepared for events of one billion years from now, enter here.„The work Ubiquitous Site/Nagi's Ryoanji/Architectural Body inhabits the Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art in the form of a large cylindrical structure. When viewed from its exterior, the diagonal form does little to evoke the karesansui of Kyoto’s Ryoanji, yet ascending into the space of its interior, one finds that the contours of the dry landscape are not only indeed present, but that they are clinging symmetrically to its circumference. Arakawa and Gins have put into words the experience of a gesture that reaches far beyond disorientation: “As if magnetized, the body, moving in a veering, unbalanced balance, loses all sense of identity, or casts the little that remains of its identity as a person, outside itself. The person who entered the cylinder on her own volition ceases now to be the initiator of her own actions. There is no single initiator of actions to be found. Symmetry should be able to supplant identity, and, sure enough, it can and does do this.” Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan Interior space measuring 70 feet in length and 30 feet in diameter.