How do different materials interact? What effects do they have on us? Nanja Heid explored these questions in her exhibition “in between”. The artist, who originally worked in the fashion industry, explored the effect that combining different fabrics has on both the material and on the viewer. “in between” featured drawings made with a sewing machine on paper. The other exhibits, a “sounding floor” and “silent stones”, also pursued Nanja Heid’s concept. The sounding floor is made of hollow stones into which the artist has incorporated fabrics. A pendulum swings over the stones and causes them to resonate with different sounds. Due to the unevenness of the surface, the melody produced is never the same, the pendulum swings in unpredictable directions and creates an ever-changing symphony.