The acronym "CFL" stands for an existing light standard (Compact Fluorescent Light) as well as a standard nutrient (Cognitive Fooding Laboratory). "CFL" is a mobile laboratory for growth of watercress shoots which contain high levels of anthocyanin – a natural pigment used by fighter pilots to increase their visual acuity at night in order to achieve better responses to light stimuli. In the work Celador, a taste of illusion (2007), the viewer is invited to consume the plants – a candy with the flavor of illusion. "CFL," which refers to a possibility of better viewing in the dark, was made alongside Dream machines which consists of light boxes to see with closed eyes. These inventions blend biochemistry, science fiction, and parapsychology. "The artist's taste for fiction, scripts, playing with fears, fantasies and obsessions herein, exemplifies a quest for a work which only exists by rumors," critic Marjolaine Lévy has stated.