Figure 4. Ranganathan making prints based on the Hilbert and Peano curves in the Golub Lab at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard for the Unfolding project (2009-2011). The sets of prints to the left and right both focus on “unfolding.” The prints on the left use a rectilinear form of representation; a continuous S-shaped curve (similar to the 2-D Peano curve) runs through and connects all these prints. The prints on the right reflect experiments with electrical wire using both rectilinear and curvilinear forms of representation.
Three images  in a horizontal row. The first is divided into an even grid of black squares, each one with a different complex, rectilinear or jagged pattern of whitish lines. These are woodblock prints. In the second image, the artist rolls ink for woodblock printing in the lab. She stands under long, cluttered shelves, using a small paint-roller on large black squares on a counter. She has black hair in a ponytail and wears a red quilted vest and jeans. The third image is divided into an even 2x2 grid of black squares—also woodblocks prints—each with complex, rectilinear and curving orange lines.
Howcroft, W / - (2010)