This installation is a combination of paper dolls cut out in rice paper, high fructose glucose syrup (an industrial produced sweetener derived from corn syrup) and clothes line and clothes pegs. It is meant to highlight the impact that saturation due to mono culture consumption has on human health. Corn is used extensively in the Western diet, and can be found in everything from a to z, from adhesives and breakfast cereal, cakes to fast food burgers, tire production, wallpaper and yoghurts. In a typical American grocery store, at least a quarter of all the store products will contain corn in one form or another. High fructose corn syrup is used in many food stuffs. Is the ubiquitous and pervasive use of sugar often in the form of glucose or fructose – derived from corn in foodstuffs a major cause of the dramatic increase in diabetes mellitus in the Western world?