The Aberdeen Art Gallery were constructing a 'collection centre' in the north of the city, and wished to do a public art project that explored the benefits of that new centre for the community. Research revealed that the community did not want an art collection centre, but wanted more practical amenities, such as a supermarket. This project found ways to combine the Art Gallery and the Community that explored their different needs/desires and the benefits of 'art' by physically collapsing the two groups on the same plot of land. For more information of the project, see this film by the lovely Stuart Armitt