This work keeps switching and floating between parking lots and dressing rooms. Its main focus is that moment in between both places, the interspace. It is like riding a horse and having one foot on this side and the other foot on the other side. So there is this moment in between, when one can’t tell on which side they are. This tilting moment and the dizziness of my perception between reality and fiction become an entity. The inversion of the macro into the micro cosmos enhances the transformation between shoes, cars, animals and the daily routine and leads to the merging of reality and fiction.