In Jessica Stockholder’s installations, art and everyday life meet. She usually composes her work out of everyday materials. The compositions link together individual elements that have nothing in common: here, yellow construction lights, a plastic tub, and faux fur. Colour overrules the hierarchy of things and creates a connective order. Stockholder deprives individual objects of their autonomous meaning and lends them a new one. Even today, more than 100 years after Marcel Duchamp first declared an everyday object to be a work of art, quite a lot of visitors still find this perplexing.