Packed in Yugoslavia was set up in old and ruined fish processing plant in Apatin, in the western part of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia. The material that was discovered at the site, a large number of fish can lids, was suitable for this space installation. All can lids were made in former Yugoslavia and contain a surface stamp "Packed in Yugoslavia". The product of a non-existent country can be interpreted through the industry and production of national ideology, history, politics and memories.
Monochrome units made out of plasticine (smaller than one centimeter squared), useful for filling small cracks and holes in the environment