The room alone is not enough to give people a sense of security and safety. Only the designed and lived room forms the home. A person's living space can also be seen as an extended body, so to speak, with which the person identifies with his or her real body. The intimate connection between the human being and the room is shown in the way he is influenced by the room and his being changes depending on the nature of the room. I elaborate on this theme of intimate connection in an abstract way in my three-part photographic work Gestern, heute und morgen, in which the protagonist disappears behind the wallpaper and has become one with the room.