The text works can be separated into two formally distinct, yet otherwise closely related categories. There are single-page works consisting of short paragraphs of opaque lists, reminiscent of scientific reports or analyses. Then there are works displayed as pairs or groups. These usually feature a full-bleed image (of people, hands or objects) to the left or right, with an accompanying text piece in the adjoining frame. Like other work groups, they are concerned with institutional systems, power, and human behaviour.
The emphasis on pseudo-scientific listing and numbering often illustrates the way individual behaviour is classified and evaluated by governing bodies. While the language remains technical and unemotional throughout, it presents the viewer with glimpses into concepts that cannot be grasped outside of their bigger contexts, thereby subverting its own information. Many of these works formulate a criticism of unquestioned routines and urge the viewer to rethink their own habits and obedience, and also hint at neuroses or belief systems influencing our minds in any context of social interaction.