The first thing one notices when stepping into New York’s bitforms is the golden-orange color of the gallery walls—they exude a coastal warmth into the typically white-cubed space. Tapered over them is an almost impenetrable wall of text outlining the most granular details regarding a series of object descriptions in alphabetical order, categorized by numeric code. Artist Marina Zurkow’s “MORE&MORE (the invisible oceans)” approaches the socioeconomics of growth through shipment and trade on a global scale. The code displayed is the Harmonized System Commodity Description and Coding System, or Harmonized System (HS for short) which outlines goods that are exported out of the United States. The code is made up of 26,000 items in 99 categories, a specificity of which borders on the absurd.