Consider two intersecting dualities: material/body and frame/content. Typically, a static structure is assigned the role of frame, and a fluid body that of content. A frame shapes its content, which in turn affects the reading of the frame. Yet these roles of content and frame are not frozen; they are constantly being interchanged between fluid and static entities. Here, a permeable sculpture initially provides the frame for passing bodies, asked to contend with an unfamiliar form. Then, the sculpture is transformed into light, giving the bodies agency to to mutate their frames, transforming it into a new operative scaffolding. This is a continuous process happening at multiple spatiotemporal scales, subverting the fixity of any part or whole of the human + built environment.