Many individuals historically have interfaced with the library as a source for further enlightenment, research, and information gathering. From Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, and James Balwin to the Unabomber, the library has functioned as a place of the possible, and the impossible. The singularity of this possibility and impossibility is what I will prescribe as the unnamable name. It is potentially a politics leading many to revolution, or “terrorism”. Isn’t this why the library has become an ongoing battle ground for surveillance vs privacy issues, especially after 911? Artists were asked to create work for underused non -art spaces inside the Tompkins County Library in Ithaca New York. This unnamable art appeared as sightings, un-bindings, and unidentified objects located in the “gaps,” “voids,”and “empty” places between the categories of information and entertainment the typical library visitor is usually in search of. The artwork worked to address the persistence, repetition, and notion of the unnamable