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The Multiple-Blind Sieve explores garbage aesthetics typical for the art tandem’s work, using found, damaged, and useless objects. The hybrid surreal creatures brought to life by BRACIA are shown in their natural habitat, on an island they are indigenous to. The work itself resembles a natural history museum display. On the one hand, artists used a Chinese box formula by placing their own museum within another museum, while creating a metaphor where other works shown are but an ocean surrounding their island. The artists summarised the grotesque dimension of their piece in a single sentence: “Water is slowly devouring the island; we print photo wallpaper as a souvenir; the copy shop guy cuts off one of Dolly’s heads by mistake”.