Projects of late respond to the prevailing conditions of dated reference materials. Medias of interest are overwhelmingly disabled, they linger with little purpose but nostalgia, or decoration. I rearrange printed paper to generate a language of inquiry that is ideologically ambiguous. The resulting objects encourage a playful reexamination of objective information, where aesthetic exploration and obscurity are favored over indexical assurance. My actions open up concrete definitions for secondary unfixed interpretation, offering a rare opportunity to interpret printed matter as a malleable independent language. Additionally these efforts typically enliven stale data, data long depleted of historical priority. Contextual displacement, disparate grouping, and literal restructuring are methods I employ to achieve such activation.