Cake, flags and table were each formed as maps of East Germany. I wore white gloves with TREU HAND written on the finger tips to serve the cake. At first, Treuhandanstalt employees were reluctant to trust the hand which served the tort. They let non-employees test the food first, while others watches from offices. On each plate, under the cake was written profit or loss in German. Consumers had to eat the slice they had bought before they could see their fortune. In the process the white gloves became very soiled and all that remained of the cake were a few crumbs scattered on a newly exposed map of Germany.