In the bar, called Wagram,  hangs a 'tableau de bord'. You will find all the c.v.'s of the paintings of Annie Abrahams on it. The artist is behaving like an employee manager, or an official of an unemployment office, who is making up an inventory and publicizes the result .
The history of the origins of the 126 chaos pictures might be summed up as follows: the investigation into 'truth' of the artist brought up the following idea: ' chaos, seen as the simultaneous existence of different truths is the only order'. The pictures are the tangible result  of this research process.

The paintings, once existing, had to have possibilities to live. Those are multiple.

Existence always is time and place bound. One never can totally perceive something whatsoever. Every situation knows different conditions for the emerging of different qualities and properties .
Three tables at the Wagram are replaced by three others of exactly the same size. 12 Pictures found a temporary place in three ensembles, functioning as table-tops. The interest in art of the bar owner generated 3 mutants.

The existence of a picture isn't restricted to its outward appearance or its function. It can also manifest itself by means of  derivatives. The paintings of Annie Abrahams live a parallel life in her computer. The video, shown in the Wagram, reveals the virtual existence of the paintings in a succession of computer transformations.

The work of Annie Abrahams is functioning as a model to survive. In this model, surviving means: adaptation to circumstances by way of new combinations and alliances.

The tables where also used in 'meeting place' in Nijmegen.