The museum has become ubiquitous in the way it pervades the social quotidian. Now we can find exhibits in supermarket aisles, mixed in with the products we are looking to take home. The symbolic power of the work of art has definitely been destabilised, but not in the way old museums feared it to be. People have learned to take its power into the fabric of everyday life and to build their struggles by getting invested with it. In this case of the supermarket it serves as remembrance of the food revolution: once it became 100% sustainably sourced, consumed and equally distributed for free, displaying art pieces next to it became a symbol of Humanity’s shared right to be sustained, both physically and aesthetico-spiritually.