As part of the exhibition "50", 49 Prague housing estates symbolically transferred to the center of Prague, in a white box in the Austrian Cultural Forum. This box stands for the 50th Housing estate, and acted as a "laboratory" in which a process of disintegration and transformation has been demonstrated. In this laboratory plate hanging 49 filled infusion bottles, mixed with 49 different colors with citron acid. This liquid dripped continuously during the exhibition period on the 49 concrete limestones, which were decomposed and transformed that way until the end of the exhibition. In the 50 days of the exhibition visitors were able to trace the steps of the exhibition and gradual destruction of the 49 concrete limestones.
This decomposition of the revolution and the collapse of the rigidity of established standards to the formal, philosophical - representing cultural and social transition (threshold condition) is established of old forms into new, yet unidentified temporary "final stages". These transformation process take place simultaneously on two levels. Once on the level of the formal installation - a work of art, but also at the level of a thinking process that is allowed by continuous drops of color into a citron acid mixture process. Let off the old system is directly linked with the hope that these ideas bring a change. At the crucial moment of letting go, these ideas are already in the hope of change. A reference to Joseph Beuys, who combined his artistic procedural actions and ideas and archaic worlds. The transformation was always a central theme in his works.
"The problems of these settlements can not be solved only by colored facades. The problem lies not in the color of the architecture, but in the possibilities it offers to its residents for joint meetings and Leadership of a life together. The decomposing concrete blocks could be as a symbol of a new platform on which carry out multi-colored joint activities and solutions for this kind of living. "(Panelaky, barvy a kyselina / Tomas Pospiszyl, Lidove Noviny, Prague, 12.08. 2011)