Equality addresses human equality, as well as the idea of topology, a modern branch of geometry which studies how objects can be preserved while being re-formed by stretching and bending. Here, while all the objects in the room appear different, they do have similarities such as possessing exactly one hole. It turns out this property hints at the fact that they are all topologically equivalent. To see this notice if each object were made of clay you could deform each one to resemble the shape of the others without tearing or ripping. The Braille spelling of the word “human” is hidden in the lines that define the dimensions and perspective of the room. Combining these two elements points to the central message of the piece that although everybody has a unique appearance, at our root we all are equal.