Quik Action, done in late 1981 and early 1982, is rooted in a political-conceptual aesthetic. Boxes of Nestle Quik® were bought and consumed. The empty containers were then covered with similar labels including political propoganda and filled with brown plastic dead-baby dolls. These altered boxes were then placed on supermarket shelves where unsuspecting customers could find them. The aesthetic interest lies not in the manufacture of the boxes or the documentation presented here, but in the confrontation between the shoppers and the altered object.