The work, one of the largest wholeroom installations by the Swiss video pioneer, combines everyday furnishings, tiny and mediumsized projections, light, and music to create a richly evocative environment. Superimposed over the space’s sensual materials are flickering video images, projected from armchairs, side tables, and lamps. These ghostly emanations penetrate the space’s dimensions and flit between layers of reality. The interior and exterior world, the public and private are melded into one. For the first time after ten years the installation is shown again at Pinakothek der Moderne – in form of an reenactment.