A material quotation of still life paintings by Giorgio Morandi made in response to Elisabeth S. Clark's directive to produce a physical material "quotation" from memory. A reflection on Morandi’s choice of mundane objects abstracted from their utility and purpose becoming sensory experiences. I wondered about his familiarity with them through repeated depiction and his subtlety of placement. I thought of the dust that gathered on them as they sat around his studio. I thought about them as stock. This is what I became interested in quoting, the existence not of the still life paintings but something more active - the activity of considering, handling and storing the pieces. Morandi’s pursuit became my pursuit as I moved between thought and action, two dimensions and three dimensions arriving at a self-assembly Morandi still life kit..."