A.C.M. constructs mysterious structures that have the appearance of technical installations, in this case with vertical columns around a core. The pillars are overgrown with countless little buttons and widgets. Upon closer inspection, small mechanisms are recognisable, which A.C.M. has removed from transistor radios, alarm clocks, typewriters and all kinds of electronic devices, of which he keeps an enormous stock. He begins by methodically arranging the numerous particles according to shape and colour tint in little drawers and then starts working on a new synthesis. Discarded materials are transformed into a new, fragile construction by gluing a selection of components on and to each other. By then showering everything with acids or lacquers, A.C.M. adds a greenish tinge or layer of oxidation to the structure. Coloured lights, buttons and a thousand-and-one details add bright accents of colour.