Huilende Harp (Crying harp)
In the Tuck Gallery of the Petit Palais museum in Paris, Laurence Aëgerter came across a harp which was missing many strings. She provided new strings, onto which she affixed glass tears. In each tear, she inserted a tiny number or letter. Together, they compose an infinite potential of the phone numbers, names and addresses of people lost or loved, all lamented by this melancholic harp.