In the room entitled cinema, Feuerstein’s science fiction text FOR HE’S A JELLY GOO FELLOW has been set to music. In almost total darkness, the visitor can listen to the 100-minute audio drama. The only light source in the room is a glass sculpture, onto which a viscous, phosphorescent slime slowly drips. The audio play tells a story that binds together the existing substances and biochemical processes in the exhibition spaces into a literary fiction. In the audio piece, researchers discuss the question of what substance we are made of and identify slime as a primitive material that will ultimately cover all people and things in the “Slime Age“.