In a unique collaboration combining art, design and scholarship One Work presents fibre artist Sheila Hick's massive four-storey work, Mega Footprint Near the Hutch (May I Have This Dance?) newly installed in the atrium of Mint Museum Uptown, Charlotte NC. Two pullout accordion folds and a loop in the cover enable readers to hang the book up to enjoy it as a work of art. Created by internationally rewned designer Irma Boom, it follows her prize-winning design for Sheila Hicks: Weaving as Metaphor (Yale University Press / Bard Graduate Center, 2006). In the text Annie Carla situates 'one work' - Hicks' vibrant linen-wrapped tubes - in the discourse on the transformative and inspirational interaction between twenty-first-century art and architecture.