Kitchen. Bathroom. Shelves. Working plate. While not regarded as primary aesthetic themes they yield themselves as excellent candidates for transfiguration of the commonplace into works of art. As if guided by Heidegger's vocabulary the equipmental quality of the equipment becomes evident in the dirtiness of the knifes, in the being scratched of the working surface. And the thingness of the mere things is visible in dust on the shelves or piano key, or in the dirt of the toilet floor. But where is the work at work? In the gaps between and overlapping of images it is "setting up a world and setting forth the earth, the work is the fighting of the battle in which the unconcealedness of beings as a whole, or truth, is won."