The works in this space are dedicated to the transitional phase that begins when a woman enters the shelter or joins a support group. During this time the focus is only on her, reflecting on the past and aiming to create a better future. Spread through the room, the visitor encounters soft balls in various colours, fixed onto the different corners of the space. Originally used for exercises in sports, the balls become soft signifiers that address as well as buffer out the sharp corners in the room. Following this idea, the lower parts of the walls in places have been rounded, “pulling them down” and creating round curves that smooth out the junctions between the walls and the floor. With these interventions, the artist not only addresses life in the shelter through the works presented in the space, but she actually incorporates it, in order to express the encouraged positive mental change in which each woman needs subtle care and treatment.