Clear, plastic has collected brown dust and has a triangular fringe;
white torn piece of wall from prior studio with fingertip sized indentations missing;
white piece of book with black text became completely white due to repeated rubbing;
white piece of string attached to two dots of hot glue turned brown;
white take out bag, all I can see is a lilac flower;
white coffee cup was placed at the top of a white fridge. It perched above my head on the fridge. The liquid inside the cup turned the bottom of the cup brown and softened the paper allowing liquid to burst outwards. The liquid moved across the roof of the fridge and then down the side of the fridge moving about two inches daily. The walnut texture of the fridge caught, slowed, and redirected the spill creating branches and veins in its downward path. More coffee continued to escape the cup, lengthening the stain and turning it every day to a darker brown. Brown and fan shaped, the stain spanned the entirety of the fridge and met me at the width and height of my body. Still, more coffee continued to leak, dripping off the fridge and finally reaching the ground, puddling in several quarter sized pools at my feet. The cup had fully expelled itself. But, enough coffee was still left inside the cup for mold to grow. The mold was green. Black and hard mold soon replaced the soft, green mold. The black mold dried and surrounded the edges of the cup in flakes. The flakes fell down into the cup in black petals. This black mold from a cup grew across the brick, turning everything black
…put in plaster.