Unused words were not discarded, but instead are preserved in Mason Jars (shown at left) of nouns, verbs, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions, also on display in the Slusser Gallery.
During the opening reception, models wearing T-Shirt skeletons walked into the gallery to this music before removing the skeletons and placing them in the basket that is part of the display. Click to watch the rags to rags t-shirt skeleton video
This music was made using the first 28 seconds of Ramalama by Roisin Murphy, readily available, once upon a time, for digital download from iTunes, Amazon or other mp3 file providers. Now, the options are perhaps a bit more restrictive or creative; 28 tweaked seconds & forkergirl voicings.
The song used in the official rags to rags promo video of T-shift skeleton fashions as aftermath of lexicon mining features
original music by Ansted Moss and vocals by forkergirl, made during the
superbowl using an audio interface box and my laptop, so I missed the
Black-Eyed Peas and the Christina Aguilera national anthem flub that I'll forgive her in part because of our national rare-need these days to refer to ramparts:
a defensive wall system of a castle or walled city or, more generally, a
defensive or protective barrier, evidently no longer in our daily
cultural practice (despite that small population percentage in gated communities and jails) as not much is protecting Christina from anthem-flub backlash.
To the right is an image of part of a rampart or defensive wall that is quite well known, quite old, and visible from space: the Great Wall of China near Jinshanling, as photographed by Jakub Hałun and available from Wikipedia in the ramparts/defensive wall article.