In the gallery, a 50-foot-long corridor of glass and steel separated the viewer from the installation. Four white monochrome paintings were included in the piece, three of which were sprayed with sugar water and hung on the walls. The last canvas was positioned horizontally to form a table in the centre of the room and sprayed with an adhesive. Maggots, contained within black bowls placed in front of the paintings, hatched into flies that stuck to the adhesive canvas surface. The initial pristine state of the gallery deteriorated with the increasing number of hatching flies throughout the exhibition.