Soft Drink Stand consists of a slide projector beaming a text onto a white, freestanding wall. The text, written by science fiction writer Philip K. Dick, describes a man who experiences how the soft drink stand in front of his eyes falls apart, he can see through its molecules and in the end it becomes a mere representation on a piece of paper. The reality of the protagonist turns into a description of itself.

A reversed copy of the text seems to shine through the wall paint, suggesting that the slide-projected text pierces the solid wall. Both the uncertainties and the experience of the character in the novel become appropriated by the viewer when the projected text seems to push through to the other side. The space in between becomes the gap between knowledge and illusion, fact and fiction, representation as an image and as a text.