Benjamin Greber (Germany, 1979) researches contemporary society as if he were an anthropologist. By reproducing industrial objects, or fictional ready-mades as he likes to call these, Greber reflects upon certain temporal processes taking shape in our society. In his work, the artist investigates industrial objects and questions their value.
In the Dolores' Lavatorium exhibition, different stages in the process of installing and deinstalling a series of sinks is shown. The traces of both past, current, and future events refer to the perishability of the world and our comprehension of how things should appear.