This piece is called Ode à l'Oubli. It translates to: a book, hand-sewn and stitched cloth with lithography. It was created by Louise Bourgeois, an American artist born in France, in 2004. As soon as I walked into the museum, I saw the pages of this book occupying the majority of the white wall seen in the above photograph. The symmetry, arrangement, and use of space made my senses tingle. I was immediately drawn to take a closer look and even this picture does not do it justice. Although this wing of the museum felt sterile and cold, the warmth of these frames was overwhelming. I found myself walking in circles just to return to the display because I found it so aesthetically appealing. Apparently Bourgeois takes "a psychoanalytic approach to creativity". Her artwork at first seemed chaotic when I looked at each page individually. However, when the pages are placed on the wall together, they lack chaos, and radiate calm.