This installation was built at site during a one week work
shop using materials and equipment found or bought from a
local flee market. The consequent exhibition lasted only for
the following weekend.
We built legs for old table with sink that we found from
the exhibition space (which was an old warehouse). The sink
was connected to water pipes and drain and the water was running
constantly which kept the sink and the table top full to the
brim. The speed of the
running water was adjusted so that the water seemed totally
still although there was movement all the time.
The old real to real tape recorder on the table was palying
William Burroughs' "Break Through in Grey Room"
mixed with some deep bass sound. We placed the spakers on
the table covered with water and sank the base speaker into
the sink. The vibrations of the bass speaker created ripples
to the surface of the water. On the other end of the table
was placed a gas coocer burning ammonium chloride in order
to create smoke to the space.