The accompanying piece, Still Life (Taller De Madera), continues along the same theme by using found ‘everyday’ materials which have a complex history. For instance, the large half circle of wood which dominates Still Life (Taller De Madera) was found in a furniture workshop known as the ‘House of Compassion’. Located in one of Santo Domingo’s toughest districts, the ‘Pais de la Réplica’ (Country of the Replica), it is where copies of replica baroque furniture and second-hand goods can be found. These have been combined with original colonial window posts from a gutted house in 'La Zona' in Santo Domingo and offcuts from a state-of-the-art workshop in Zurich. All the pieces of found furniture and wood are presented on an overturned wood pallet.