A few white papers have been laid on various locations in the city of Tilburg, inviting people to pass through. The white papers print the surface of the ground on the one side and record the traces that pass by on the other side. The individuals stay anonymous, but the appearance of the ground unfolds and the identity of the space stands out through the traces of activities.
By making the public space look irregular (asan interruption), the work aims to expose the regularity within the public space.
The paper ground functions to expand the sensations and perceptions of space.