For Remediations, DeRose handles large strips of crown molding typically used for ornamental purposes on architecture, adapting them into the form of slime mold. This references DeRose's interest in the material, stemming from videos where slime mold navigates mazes and recreates public transportation systems. Through this intervention of space by way of adapted materials, DeRose questions the life cycle of a constructed environment. When one architectural structure, essential to an environment, is lost, and another claims its foundation, what replicated cultural references does that new structure take on, and how does that disseminate into the culture of its environment?