Over the past years we have been developing a practice that evaluates and reorganises familiar or culturally recognisable sources. These sources include mass-produced objects and cultural products including the art object. Through the reorganisation of these sourced elements we challenge pre-inscribed narratives, creating new orders that run in parallel to existing ones. This method allows structures to take on lateral and speculative functions whilst retaining a formal familiarity. This new organisation sheds light on and problematizes the arbitrary construction of monolithic systems of information and knowledge.