Through a display of gestures, composed of both video-works, panels and surfaces positioned inside the exhibition space, the phenomenological quality of things - things as they are - is brought to our attention. Rather mundane objects such as a wallet or a water bottle, are to be observed while their bodies are shown and exposed or at times blent in with their background. While the moving images appear as a slow choreography between the camera and the observed - a spontaneous occurance that could be related to Hupperets’ background as a professional ballet dancer - the overall installation reads as a sensitive exploration for elegance within the everyday.