Like some sort of primitive periodic table, "The Order of Things" sorts and systematizes bits and pieces of the stuff of everyday life. Still unfinished at 12 parts, "The Order" is destined to have 36 parts, each containing six related elements, for a total of 216 elements. The ultimate arrangement of the parts can only be known once all 36 are completed. Likewise, the remaining 144 elements are unknown, but can be predicted by those that precede them.