An exhibition of things that nobody should see.
Sucking your thumb, dodging plaster joints, avoiding uneven steps: The seemingly empty space holds small neurotic secrets on walls, floors and window panes. The visitors are encouraged to scan them, to listen to them and to breathe on them, so that they become audible and readable. In the process, the visitor is being transformed into a performative exhibit by the unconventional interaction. It rounds the exhibition down to a collection of peculiarities.