Globalisation might allow a broad exchange of perspectives, but our understanding of the objects around us is shaped by social education and living habits. Monkey Wrench superposes a fork and a monkey wrench to reveal different layers in the mind and how one layer can come before the other, depending on past experiences. In Europe, we see the fork first. In China, they would see the monkey wrench first. Even young children could become confused depending on the stage of their social education.