This work was made for Kettfest and is a tribute to the rise and fall of Kettering's shoe industry that made the town what it is today. Shoes are arranged on the ground and elevated on small stands. The stands appear to be invisible and the shoes seem to hover or glide above the ground. The footprint of the work is like a road and from some views the work appears as traffic, congestion on a motorway, from other views like racks of shoes, a production line, churning out. The work also relates to the church beyond suggesting a rich tapestry or stained glass window.