A series of counterfeit missed delivery slips left surreptitiously on the doors of art galleries. These notices typically refer to an actual object that has been directed towards a location.
Assumed upon the receipt of a missed delivery slip is the existence of an object to which they correspond, which is temporarily in transit between sender and recipient.
Falsifying these notices, as I have done, creates a slippage between index and object (between the levels of document and experience), and introduces a reference to a non-existent object. This falsification creates objects that only exist in a state of extended, delayed expectation.