The intimate moment of waking up and being seen by an unknown ceiling is turned public by a postcard. With the date, time and place
on their back, the souvenir satisfies the need of individuals seeking reminders. The migratory nature of a giveaway work defines the arbitrary division between public and private spaces by positioning itself as an object of desire.
The ceiling, an often forgotten architectural element, is positioned as the leading actor observing the succession of different spectators on the bed, becoming known to some and unknown to most.