Aorta Gallery, Chisinau, Moldova
Bread, jacket crowns, phosphorous paste
On the one hand, a traditional type of bread is baked and jacket crowns added to the dough. The bread is placed in the display window of the gallery and a number of visitors to the vernissage eat some. On finding a dental prosthesis in it, they lay this aside. On the other hand, an eight centimetre wide band of phosphorous paste is applied to the inside gallery walls at the height of the light switches. This intervention followed the development of panel paintings with colour material consisting exclusively of phosphorous paste.