Action and site specific installation│dust, leaves, architecture│Fine Arts Faculty M.S.U. Vadodara, India
Visible from the roof and, at the ground oor, from two windows, a concrete agstone forms a rectangular sur- face of one-meter thickness starting from the ground. Its access is occulted. It is necessary to circumvent the building by a path that does not exist, while skirting the river. From that point, also, it is visible. This yellow dust brought back by the winds and monsoon covers the ground, on the agstone. Its color is different from the ground which one nds everywhere.
Ten years ago, the students were coming here to wash their lithographic stones. Many of them are pilled up here for no apparent reason.
The mill is now dry.