In Voyager, the gallery becomes a site of remembrance, but for who or what remains unclear. A canoe, reminiscent of a funeral barge, occupies the center of the room, surrounded by images of human made stone walls and asphalt roads. Atop the canoe sits a tank of salt, a symbol of luxury, wealth, preservation and decay. A hand-bound book of tar paper sits on the boat as well, listing a plethora of possessions (possibly) within.