but it was all green (2004) incorporates a black flip-dot display which contains yellow neon dots - the type usually seen at bus stations providing information of destinations. Gander's flip-dot display does not function as expected, and instead the promised messages never quite appear. The display seems broken, or even perhaps to have a life of it's own. The accompanying sound piece "Notes on Nothing" is a text written by Gander and read by British art historian Margaret Garlake. The text appears to be an illustrated lecture - on color - or rather invisibility. But it was all green offers the viewer the experience of an ongoing lack of meaning, with a vague promise that something eventually might come along.