Citation"Total Totality II
(Louise Nevelson) , 1978.531,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, May 29, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/227498.
The sculpture is made of ten connected square or rectangular wooden boxes of various sizes. Within each box are reliefs of machine or tool shaped objects some of which are identifiable such as a wrench or gear wheels, some are elements of furniture. The top of the square is uneven, the boxes having been arranged with two taller and three lower.