By the sheer volume and congestion of works in this show, it took a while to sort and also to isolate from the immediate environment (including other works), as views of one work were windows onto other works, and so on. While likely not any intent of the works themselves to be constellated so strategically as I suggest, it was difficult not to ignore just the qualities of the work (potentially discards all with respect to the shows title) but also a building with its own patina, its own lived-in qualities.
Whatever the conditions of the viewing, the works on their own terms were fun to unpack. There is a kind of simple pleasure in simple interventions of simple objects (readymades or their cast) for more complex ends. Not unlike the works of Lucia Koch that take everyday shipping boxes, alter them slightly, then photograph them, these works work the same way, except they occupy real space to the extent that one can walk around such forms and appreciate minor transformations and also consider the whole lot of them as already mentioned.
It's also worth enjoying the interplay of color and form as well as how each object occupies its pedestal. There may be some notions about parts and wholes, wholeness without loss, multiplicity, heterogeneity, treasure and trash, but mostly they seems to just stand on their own terms, intrinsically, despite what the exhibition title suggests.