While planning a work in a rundown building that was the basis of a group exhibition in April 2014
(This is where we should start feeling at home), there was a wooden box that concealed a pressure
valve protruding from the wall. Plagued by rot after decades of service, its covers were replaced
with fresh wood. After returning to work as planned, a (personal) revelation took place: this box,
that had its function diverted by concealing rather than displaying, had been a pedestal all along;
designed and placed by an external factor. The only thing left to do was to suggest a
legible placement for the exhibition.