Where do avocados come from? is the most frequently asked question about avocados on Google. Débora Delmar answers this question in this installation by reproducing this fruit commissioned to ceramics, wood and copper artisans from the state of Michoacán. The detail and care in these pieces speaks of the fetishism that has been built around this consumer good and that involves everything from it’s association to health and lifestyle to the production of endless merchandise. The international demand for avocado has made Michoacán its first global exporter, creating an economy that has a strong impact on the state in different ways and where this fruit is practically used as currency. These handmade replicas of avocados coexist in the facility with several Imbera brand refrigerators. Its display refers to a post-minimalist sculpture, articulated with industrial materials. Its finish contrasts with the manual production of avocados.