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Exhibit 32 - Neuilly sur Seine I - june 24th, 2005

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Six greasy and badly damaged clods, collected along a short stretch of the avenue Charles de Gaulle in Neuilly sur Seine, a road leading up to the parisian Porte Maillot and the capital's 16th arrondissement. Most of them stuck in 'tape catchers' separating the road's tracks (see picture).

178.

06/24/2005 17h05 Neuilly sur Seine - avenue Charles de Gaulle

Two of two, stuck one next to the other in a 'tapecatcher', opposite nr. 55. Arabic.
177.

06/24/2005 17h05 Neuilly sur Seine - avenue Charles de Gaulle

One of two, stuck one next to the other in a 'tapecatcher', opposite nr. 55. Arabic.
176.

06/24/2005 17h00 Neuilly sur Seine - avenue Charles de Gaulle

Two small strands, caught in the metal bars of a big metro ventilator. Reggae on one side, emtpy on the other.
175.

06/24/2005 16h55 Neuilly sur Seine - avenue Charles de Gaulle

Caught in a 'tape catcher' near metro station Les Sablons. Sung is America's "Sister Golden Hair" ... But who is singing?
174.

06/24/2005 16h50 Neuilly sur Seine - avenue Charles de Gaulle

Two of two, caught by a 'tape catcher' near the rue d'Orléans. On it, french rocking vedette Johnny Hallyday. He sings: "Oh Marie si tu savais, tout le mal qu’on me fait ..."
173.

06/24/2005 16h45 Neuilly sur Seine - avenue Charles de Gaulle

One of two, caught by a 'tape catcher' near the rue d'Orléans. Dance.

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