One-channel video, 2.26 minute clip of 9:58 minutes full version.
Text Sources: Arm and Hammer, 2011; Arrowhead water commercial, recorded on
VHS, 1989; Aqua Minerale Drinking Water, 2010; Aquafina, 2007; Cargill, 2009; Crest,
1956, 1960, 1986; D-Con, 1991, 2013; Johnsons and Johnson’s, Micron antiseptic, 1961;
Listerine commercial, 1952; McLean’s, 1966; Mosaic Company, Microessentials, 2011;
Rembrandt Whitening Toothpaste, Be Colorful, 2014; Sensodyne ISO Active, 2011; Silk
Vanilla, Soymilk, 2010; Smartwater, Jennifer Aniston goes viral, 2012; Tomcat Bait,
2014; Pespodent, 1950’s; Poland Spring water, 2010; Ultra Brite, Sela Ward 1980,
1983, 1971 featuring Farah Fawcett; Welches Grape Juice, 2014
Shot in Houston, Texas, three people enter an empty apartment wearing medical scrubs. They have entered the apartment to dispose of something, which is in the bathroom. They use language and aesthetics from the marketing of products that contain hexafluorosilicic acid (otherwise known as sodium fluoride) such as toothpaste, bottled water and rat posion, to not only communicate with each other but to both conjure and expel what is in the bathroom.