‘Details that happen’ are openings for possibilities in a physical and mental sense; they can engage your body to respond and interact with them, but they can also activate the perception on your potential of interpreting places you dwell in. Spend some time with them, pay attention to the smallest detail and question their purpose. The objects focus on the less visible aspects of spaces; light, movements and patterns of actions. They give a chance for the viewer to unveil the indirect qualities of their surrounding, they ask for dialog or interaction. These installations are objects that allow you to interpret the given space.