The delicate exterior folds of G do not provide sufficient coverage to enclose itself, thereby exposing its inner cavity to the elements. While its exterior texture has some intentionality to its lines, the inside is porous, chaotic, and lacking in discernable formal cohesion. Nevertheless, the interior structure necessitates the exterior, and while the two have markedly different structural properties, the exterior would not look as it does if the interior were different. Analysis shows this form to be a rare example of an exposed inner shame, which typically is hidden from view. Here, we have the opportunity to see how the physical properties of shame are structurally conjoined to an outer form that does not exhibit any symptoms of its corrosive nature.