In an adjacent room, walls are covered with graphite and Vaseline. A tall, rusted table is covered with wax replicas of body parts. They are ex-votos, which are sold outside Spanish and Mexican churches to represent body parts which may be in need of healing. The models include an ear, a hand, a breast, a foot, a tongue, and a heart.
Seven flexible steel panels cover the walls in the first room. They extend from ceiling to floor. Body organs have been drawn on them with red-brown oil stick. The panels rust around the oily lines, and begin blending with the color of the drawn images.