As a temporary guest in a strange place, not knowing the language nor the culture, one becomes an outsider, an observer. One becomes more attentive then ever before, acknowledging the reflections of familiar things, of patterns, as well as the sensation of complete alienation. When the space is new, one sees the tiny moments of importance as though they shine brighter. one hears the stories of strangers as if they rise from the mundane. It becomes inevitable to highlight the fractions of reality which correspond with that which we recognise as our own.