In March 2007, grass and jelly will be ‘installed’ on the Suter’s front lawn by Nigel Peterson and Deborah Walsh.
The elements will change over the course of the month as the artists and other external forces come into contact with the ‘installation’.
“We are tracking the progress of grass and jelly from ert to inert” said Mr. Peterson.
“We are alert to the shifts of meaning brought about by evaporation and vandalism” added Ms. Walsh.
To put it another way, these keen science buffs are turning matter into doesn’t matter.
“We are demonstrating the fleeting bloat and shrivel of life” said Ms. Walsh.
“When the novelty of the original concept evaporates, we are left with a desiccated husk of meaning” added Mr. Peterson.