The trip and installations in the Gobi were followed by a 3 day symposium and exhibition at the National Gallery of Modern Art in UB, where we were put up in a 4 star hotel. This was an extreme contrast to the camping situation we had in the desert but many of us were happy to have warm showers, electricity and green vegetables! The exhibition functioned mostly as a review of the installations in the Gobi and consisted mainly of photos of the work. Some of us had additional work installed in the gallery. I for one brought my felt back and put it on the gallery floor plus I had brought 4 prints from Canada, which I hung on the wall. There were also rocks, a cello tape ger door, a stack of poems and professor Yung’s lighting rod.