The presentation consists of five sculptures, each based on photographs depicting glass cabinets in different museums.
The photographs were taken from all four sides of free-standing showcases, always focussing on the background, i.e. on the interior of the exhibition space as seen through two screens of glass. The glass cabinets are rebuilt in their original dimensions in a light construction of wood and the photographs are reproduced as black and white prints replacing the glass of the showcases. By using the most simple means the constructions are distanced from the notion of the precious that is inherent to any museum display. They constitute anchor points around which the exhibition spaces are wrapped.