A salad, whirling down like a green snow out of a silver bowl with holes. A part of a shirt that covers the lying person’s chest is button-ed down. The word dressing in this course could also be applied to the garment that is now being placed over the person. It is a sculpture shaped like a landscape of cabbage, behind which the “guests” can conceal themselves. It is made of a material that has a crisp and crackling structure while the skin is vaguely visible through the fine maze of deep green colour. The garment covers the whole body except for the chest. The real salad dressings are two clouds through which the salad flakes fall down, a cloud of oil and a cloud of vinegar. The salad leafs get their extra taste from these rosemary scented and chilly flavoured clouds. The salad is being picked from the chest and it is very important that the guests eat with their hands. Soft oiled skin is touched by tender fingertips while salt and pepper can be added from the tactile vessels placed at the other guest’s arm.