A semi-fictional script, collaboratively written with French and Canadian artists during a residency with La Galerie Fontaine, displayed on the mirrored surface of the public sculpture Nouveau Labyrinthe pour Nantes (1994) by Dan Graham.

In 2002 the city of Nantes won a lawsuit against Dan Graham, the architect and companies in charge of the work after it fell into disrepair. This trial was alluded to fictitiously in the script as a device to explore the artist’s interrogation of an anthropomorphised Galerie Fontaine and it’s intentions for the project.