The Disintegration Situation is an opportunity to ensure the disintegration and following reinterpretation of unwanted and/or unnecessary belongings.
Visitors are strongly encouraged to bring to the exhibition anything they wish to have destroyed (by impact rather than decay). Deliveries may be done on location at the exhibition venue, or by appointment with the situation manager/artist or curators. Information regarding protocol for registration will be available on the premises.
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1. To become reduced to components, fragments, or particles.
2. To lose cohesion or unity, weaken or break apart.
3. To decompose, decay, or undergo deleterious transformation.