Sanobon, named after an Israeli brand of cleaning materials is composed of a pair of toilet cleaning bars of soap hung above a framed canvas in the middle of the central wall of the space. Drops of water sprayed from above cause the cleaning material to slowly drip and to produce to blue stripes on the white canvas surface, in a manner reminiscent of paintings by Morris Louis, an American abstract artist, which are based on dripping paint, and also refers to the Israeli flag. The evaporation of the paint is an additional expression of erasure. But perhaps one can see it as an (ironic) proposal for an act of purification in the gleam of the white space? Or at least the existence of such an illusion?