I dedicate myself to investigate relations of affect between things and human. With this work, I want to address the body-in-space experience in which the matter and the self intersect. I reflect on the idea of ‘material vitalism’ in terms of driving force capable of revealing the hidden knowledge of things. In this way, I attempt to lessen the distance between the human and the nonhuman world. I invite the participation of the matter-energy to unleash recorded information and take part in the work’s final form, pulling myself away from my own agency. By making exploratory use of material commonly found in the built environment, I seek to collide my own energy with the matter I share a physical presence as a way to sabotage the stillness of things.