Recently, my focus came especially to the way things are ordered, filed, assorted and connected to one another.. This can be best seen in road organization, communal networks – wires, satellites, plumbing, and also – beaurocracy and it’s files, folders, layouts, shelve-units. These are places and things that are usually overlooked, not worthy exploring, why they are as they are, and how the individual details of which they are created, subconsciously affect us. I like to notice the hidden potential of the spaces invisible to our routine sight. The flow of activities does not allow one to realize the structure-pattern of its action in a given space. If we can look at the things that surround us from a distance, we can see how things are put together, the impact of one particle to the whole.