This catalogue accompanied an exhibition of the same title, curated by Liz Wylie, who wrote the essay in the publication. It describes the history of artists working in a modular manner through the twentieth century, then has a detailed discussion of the work by each of the three artists. Eliza Au is American and recently completed her MFA at Alfred University in Alfred, New York. She works mainly in ceramics. Lylian Klimek is based in Calgary where she has produced three-dimensional works in many materials over the course of her career. Ian Johnston lives and works in Nelson, BC, and works in many different media, including cast-off items. His background was originally in architecture, then in ceramics. Each of these artists has periodically worked in a modular manner, that is, making larger works out of multiple smaller similar, if not identical components. Works, both current and past, by each of the three artists are reproduced in colour, as are works illustrating the curatorial essay by Constantin Brancusi, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, and Carl Andre.