Really though, “REWIND” is one massive piece. Elements of a series or a whole series are often referenced somewhere else: ‘Little Known’ answers the four, more education-oriented videos on the first floor (‘DENSITY,’ ‘PROLIFERATION,’ ‘Stories From the Trees Pt. 1,’ and ‘Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe’), all set to less-contemplative Rucker compositions tinged with hip-hop percussion and effect-laden cello that recalls the psychedelia of Jimi Hendrix. ‘The Middle Passage,’ the name of the composition that scores ‘Little Known,’ is also the name of a piece that illustrates Rucker’s composition on a musical staff (that piece is the same red as the Creative Alliance floor). There is a Soundless Series piece for Trayvon Martin upstairs, which ties to the throw towel downstairs, ‘One Thing Less To Worry About.’ Lynching imagery of the throws returns in the video ‘Stories From the Trees Pt. 1,’ which animates a lynching postcard. A display case downstairs contains racist historical artifacts, including a poster for “The Birth of a Nation,” the 1915 film that indeed did make the KKK fashionable again and from which Rucker took the name for his playful, multicolored Klan robes series upstairs.