Chart depicting a screen marked off in harmonious intervals to be superimposed on the chromatic circle to locate harmonious relationships (from William Innes Homer's ""Seurat & the Science of Painting"" 1964)
One of the heart shaped trays for the chocolate gnawed off the 600 pound cube and three of the lipsticks made from the lard gnawed off the 600 pound cube (beeswax and pigment added); from the second and third parts of installation
A map charting all the surfaces of the artist's skin that he could see directly. Starting with his left hand, he gridded off his palm and depicted it. He then wound up his hand, arm, and across the rest of his body. Mapping the body.
Instructions for the public: take your clothes off, lie in a chamomile flower bath and position your head in the direction of the crystal quartz, for three hours. Photos show a man and a woman doing this.