There Is No Bottom is an exploration of the way that meaning is created and attributed to texts. It began as a response to Mule Variations by Tom Waits and Plainwater by Anne Carson. The focus of the project is on both linguistic meaning-making and text as image. When viewing writing from a conceptual standpoint (visually) and allowing connotation to take control- what happens? The project is still evolving and will incoporate maps of text, revision, image and documentary research that has brought the work to this point. Hope you enjoy it.