As I was clearing away the inevitable debris of the vernissage and already planning the dismanteling operations for the closing of the exhibition in two weeks, I started pondering on the ecological fallout of exhibition making. Ephemeral architecture conjures up images of lightness and immateriality, but more often than not, it leaves behind a trail of garbage. Recycling is easier said than done mainly because the recycled look still lacks style and sex-appeal. But it is a responsability that as professionals we should take. So let’s try to use sensibly all materials and make sure (almost) everything get’s reused and adapted. There are more uses to any object!