The installation was made from chairs borrowed from acquaintances during a residency in Portland, Oregon, USA. Items were removed from their original context, preventing their use as functional objects and thus gaining a new artistic context. The procedure is very straightforward, there is no simulation – the chairs are attached to a seemingly chaotic pile. Now come to the fore their shape, their ability to create a visually interesting whole. Chairs each carrying its own story indicated traces of wear, as opposed to glowing neon tubes placed within the installation. On one side are worn everyday use items, the other cold, the light that defines them almost symbolically transformed into the exhibition display. The process ends when after the closing of the exhibition, each chair returns to the owner in its original context. No penetration of art and real life does not stop there, because when the item again becomes a mere object, is enriched by the memory of his artistic existence.