At the end of the Athens Biennial 7 in November 2021, we decided to cut up and give away sections of Ta Nea Xysta to the visiting public as way to break down the work into parts that would allow it to have an afterlife beyond the exhibition. This was also a way to address the issue of the waste materials produced by temporary artworks of this nature – finding a way for it to be ‘recycled’ through the act of dissemination. Each section speaks to the memory of the ‘whole’ work but also functions at the scale of the fragment.