Every thing from the smallest blade, cell, atom, to the galaxy, has its internal structure, the nature of its construction, its weight, and what no longer belongs to it is something 'outside'-the environment. I observe objects and order them for myself by their colour, shape, origin, durability. It happens that a seemingly uninteresting solid conceals a whole symphony of spatial arrangements, another contains only one monotonous rhythm or tone. There are also masses that are very attractive on the outside but completely empty. I try to use these observations and experiences to model objects out of clay, plaster and concrete, whose quiet inner life is made visible by a series of scans from a CT scanner, transferring these concrete objects into virtual reality, and analogue X-rays created by x-rays penetrating matter.