Three audio-recordings of stories are injected into a 3d spectrogram program. One is drawn from a public archive, the second is a fairytale, and the third is a fictionalized lie. Through the 3d spectrogram program, the stories are translated into a graph, and materialized in a physical object by a 3d printer. The relation of the separation between the object and the story projected onto it is reversed; the story is represented as an intrinsic quality of the object itself. Encapsulating three domains of knowledge production in this way, the object embodies
a form of the universalized landscape, the most perfect form, a pure form.