A series of cheap sodapop bottles are first presented full and intact, held in the hand, and then seen dropping from above, smashing loudly onto a hard concrete floor. The result is shattering, fizzy, violent. The artificially coloured froth in some instances pink (cherry flavoured), at times orangey (peach), and so forth- recedes as the liquid curls briefly around the shards of glass and then, almost instantly, another bottle is held, then deliberately dropped to the floor, and so on and on.
Gilda Williams, Art Monthly, Issue 209, Pages 24-25
Sodastream (Video: 1 min 30 secs looped) All flavours of carbonated drinks produced by Garvies of Blantyre crashing to the floor one after another. Aperto Venice Biennale curated by Harald Szeeman.