Eau de M (2014) involved my intervention in the editorial pages of Harper’s Bazaar with a fragrance advertisement and perfume strip of my sweat essence, isolated and extracted for my previous project, Smell Me. In a guerrilla gesture, I used the magazine as an accessible exhibition site for the general public to view the work, which served as both art object and commodity. Invading the commercial space, Eau de M caused an unwitting mass market to consume art/my scent, commenting on the consumerist cultural aversion to the smell of the human body. Ironically, department stores such as Barney’s New York received queries from customers interested in purchasing the non-existent perfume, proving that when presented in the form of a commercial fragrance, the scent of human sweat can actually be a desirable commodity.