Entanglements are webs, handwoven with beads, as acts of meditation. Spider webs function as remnants of a previous action. Often in the periphery of spaces, webs call attention to obscure corners, entangled, but also functioning as visual pathways. These works act as aesthetic representations of lasting connections between place and memory. We are all curiously intertwined—like Einstein’s theory of quantum entanglements—even seemingly unrelated atoms can be linked by ghostly action, affecting change in one another even from nearly infinite distance.