Behind glass doors and tucked into a corner, The Curious Cabinet at Ejecta Projects is an unevenly angled series of shelves, the last ghostly trace of a kitchen.  Constructed in the early nineteenth century, the Ejecta Projects building was once a modest residence before its latest iteration as an art gallery.  Perhaps the little cupboard long ago held functional tableware and personal mementos; it now houses diminutive works of art for inquisitive viewers. 
Installations in the Curious Cabinent tend to stay in place for six months or so.