I have three found photographs from a secondhand market. The dates are unclear but I can guess the pictures were taken around 1950 and I know it’s in Den Haag because I recognize the buildings. In each picture the photographer has taken a slightly different position of a couple on a balcony. What I like about these three photographs is that a washing line with pegs on it runs through all three of them and when the photos are placed in a certain way the washing line is reconstructed, leaving the left hand side brick wall threading through the three instances of framed photographs and fastening on the right hand side brick wall. The washing line has become autonomous and separates itself from the rest of the situation. The washing line is a place that has dropped out of chronology. Literally people have rotated around a solid object that is anchored in a place.