From the Publisher. Mechudzu is a book that represents questions, not answers. The work of Bryan Cantley is intended to be confounding―a practice that is a theory, a theory of practice, practice as theory. Cantley’s work is part of the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Other exhibits of note include a featured exhibition at the Form Zero Bookstore / Gallery in Los Angeles and solo exhibitions “Enantiomorph Inversion Factor” at the Architecture Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona and “Wool and H2O” at the UCLA School of Architecture. This book documents Cantley’s work, lavishly illustrated and combined with essays by Aaron Betsky, Dora Epstein Jones, Ruth Keffer, Wes Jones + Doug Jackson and Neil Spiller.