The permanent exhibition gallery occupying the ground floor of this building is visible inside the next six pairs of windows. Standing directly against the glass of the first pair of windows is a display case of small female figurines from the eastern Mediterranean, headless torsos arrayed like beauty contestants on their individual plinths. I have built a vinyl outcrop of accumulated cultural debris in front of their display case. Atop those layers, two clusters of figurines on either side of the mullion have acquired new heads. One group bears the heads of a Roman marble horse, the other a coifed beauty from a 4th c. BCE South Italian pelike. Around them hover a flock of female torsos that have sprouted wings borrowed from the corners of a Roman architectural ornament and the features of a goose from the painting on a 4th c. BCE oinochoe.