Elenchus/Aporia, installed in the London School of Economics in 2008 is visually and thematically distinct. Consciously engaging the educative, discursive, creative character of the LSE as an institution, two separate but interrelated installations are positioned within the main and lower atrium site. The installation consists of 500 separate elements; suspended individually and as groupings. A large reflective globe forms a centrepiece: a polished red 3 metre sphere suspended in the atrium. Attached to it hangs a 1.5 metre cluster of polished, reflective steel globes and a polished steel rod. The arrangement refers to the discursive relationship between multiple elements and their shared directions and trajectories. It also suggests the linguistic relation between a formal utterance or statement and a less formal but related conversation. The institutional context is inferred, since the relationship might be that of lecture to seminar, thesis to antithesis, hypothesis to proof, axiom to theorem.