Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss asks about the problem of dealing with banality in a project that has so many subtleties. Howard explains that it’s necessary to spend time with this project in order to let it sink in. Moss refers to Howard’s concept of visual braille and asks what the work is supposed to show us that we cannot normally sense. Howard responds that he cannot answer the question directly, but he tells a story about people’s reactions to the installation that illustrates how the work get at a sensibility in architecture of a sensory experience that is often absent.