The work Still life consists of three components. The first component is a photographic studio take of a still life of pieces of fruit framed with a passe-partout. The picture of the still life is decomposed and analysed in 27 separate pencil drawings. With the help of a slide projector each piece of fruit was copied manually in a specific order. The separate drawings seem absurd, yet they can be read, from left to right as a whole. The third fragment is a pile of 162 pencil drawings, six of each piece of fruit. These drawings are numbered and on their back specifications are provided of the work Still life as a whole. The drawings form an edition, of which the number of prints equals the original drawings when exposed next to each other.