Coinciding with Charlotte Moth’s new commission at Tate Britain, ﬁg-2 premiers a recent body of work in the UK. ‘The Story of a Different Thought’, 2014 is a trilogy on the construction of reality, building of environments and elucidation of cross-references. A condition of three possibilities that spring from three versions of a word, continues in three ways to tell a story about a bird with three eyes. Moth’s installation composed of a ﬁlm, series of silk screen prints and two sculptures, denote a treatment for a ﬁlm; a ﬁlm about ﬂuidity of concepts that influence a façade, a sculpture, a way of living, a city built around coal mines and early industrialisation, a building with ability to grow, a painter with a loss and a poet deciphering religious teachings. Amidst all lies a mapping that includes Max Ernst, Rathaus Marl, Donatello, Patricia Lake, Joshua Edwards among others.