A' DO N N E R
In Brussels, it is customary to leave scraps of memory in the street with the inscription 'A' Donner', where passers-by can take advantage of the leftover of others as animals do with the scraps of carcasses.
Doilies, like bodies in morgues, remain immobile on tables until they are moved or thrown.
In the Renaissance, human bodies were used to teach through anatomical theatres how the human body was made. For those who did not have access to these theatres, there were ivory dolls that explained poorly what human entrails were like.