POLYSTRENE BRACES at Kim? Riga, Latvia
Curated by Anne Barlow, 
Presented by Art in General, New York

I clambered over mounds and mounds
Of polystyrene foam
And fell into a swimming pool
Filled with fairy snow
And watched the world turn day-glo

you know you know
The world turned day-glo you know

I wrenched the nylon curtains back
As far as they would go
And peered through plexi window panes
At the acrylic road
I drove my polypropylene
Car on wheels of sponge
Then pulled into a wimpy bar
To have a rubber bun

The X-rays were penetrating
Through the latex breeze
Synthetic fiber see-thru leaves
Fell from the rayon trees

“The day the world turned day-glo”, x ray spex, 1978

Documentation by Ansis Starks