If a sensory stimulus is offered to our perception, the spirit accepts this piece and complements what is missing. The amorphly shaped shelf is not only offering storage or presentation space, but stimulates the mechanism of projection and alludes to different faces that can only be recognized at second glance. By recognizing the faces in the object, the role between subject and object is reversed. The object becomes the subject and the shelf is moved into the position of the observer. The different pieces interlock in such a way that they stabilize each other and no further connecting part is necessary. The shelf is extremely lightweight and works perfectly as a cabinet of curiosities.