The walls of the MOS in Gorzów are decorated with white plaster panels that form a characteristic grid pattern. One of the building’s halls was undergoing renovation and the tiles were dismantled and destroyed in the process. The artist asked that some of them were kept intact if possible so they could be repurposed in her work. She also made a casting that allowed her to replicate the panels along with their pattern. The blue shade of the copies was inspired by the Chemical Fibres Plant Stilon, as the gallery is located on its premises.
The original panels as well as newly manufactured ones were arranged horizontally on the floor. Despite their fragile construction, visitors were allowed to step on and interact with them, which inevitably caused tiles to break and produce suggestive cracking sounds. As a result, the installation was being gradually destroyed in the course of the exhibition. The white elements were the same as those hanging in the other parts of the building, which created a subtle impression of the gallery’s space being inverted, as if walls were now made available for walking.