The artist’s daughter, Kelly, used to collect fragments of flora and fauna from days out with her father in the countryside and place them in a bottle of water for display on her bedroom windowsill. During the day the sunlight would stream through the bottle and bring the fragments to life. At night she would place the bottle by a bedside lamp and turn it upside down to create an illuminated kaleidoscope effect. In the morning the bottle would be turned right way up again and so the process would continue.
In this case instead of the usual glass mineral water bottles employed, two squashed plastic lemonade bottles found on a beach were utilized.