In 1920, American child prodigy William Sidis attempted to outline the nature of animate and inanimate matter in the context of thermodynamics. He did so by using a thought experiment developed by the physicist James Clerk Maxwell in which a ‘Sorting Demon’ could hypothetically violate the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Simply put, the experiment described a very small and nimble demon (sorting fast- and slow-moving particles) who could theoretically defy the Second Law, which states that disorder increases over time. Sidis used this as a groundwork to argue how living things are a reversal of the Second Law. In this exhibition, Peoples looks at animating the inanimate while exploring the transgression between entities and their environments through a scrapbook of sculptures using a combination of assemblage and 3D printing.