The design of space is itself a political innovation. Throughout this collection—whether it is the digital urban space of Grindr or the composition of soil or the slant of sunlight—things get physical. And Jaque is a designer. His work may begin with a text, a gallery installation, a film, or a construction, but all of these are part of a design intended to have ramifying effects in larger physical and political atmospheres. This interplay of dispositions is the form—a form that aligns with Jaque’s modesty and curiosity as well as his persistent, but light, touch. However deliberate the intentions, these designs take their shape because of the profound potentials immanent in difference.