Götz Bury, 2015/2016
The trashy-pompous dining room is comprised of parts/objects that were created using recycled items, old silverware, kitchen and home devices, discarded drums of old washing machines and kitchen sink metal sheets. Topics, such as recycling, fast living, discarding as reflex response and redefinition are critically addressed with a touch of humour. Unambiguous references to the liturgical devices in the treasure chamber point to a specific set of collections of Admont Abbey. Its ethos “Live well with nothing” percolates through the entire room and shows the dedicated performance of Götz Bury as a chef.