(2012; installation; apples arranged on a drawn grid matrix drawn on a wall; various degrees of decay; measures 3,60 x 2,80 m)
Here, various levels of decay are shown as a polychromatic entity. Over the course of several days, apples are attached to a grid on the wall. A photograph is then taken of the installation every day for an extended period to collect material for a film. Whenever an apple falls from the grid due to decay, a new, fresh apple is added. This process is repeated for several months to create a time-lapse record of decay while the grid remains the same.