Algae and fungi grow in the greenhouse forming the ‘processual sculptures’ referred to by Feuerstein. The basic elements needed to synthesize the new molecule PSILAMIN for the exhibition are extracted from these sculptures. The green algae Chlorella vulgaris circulates in glass pipes and tubes in order to gain even exposure to light needed for photosynthesis and to cause the cells to grow. Beyond their functional aspect of cultivation, the objects are aesthetic hybrids of laboratory equipment, sculpture, floor lamps and futuristic houseplants.