Her project draws inspiration from an archive of about 3,500 plates belonging to the School of Applied Drawing for Arts and Industries, an all-male institute that was active in the small town of Sutrio from the end of the nineteenth century until 1966. The mostly technical drawings are studies for woodworking, a craft for which Sutrio is renowned. Many of the students later became carpenters. Sabrina Melis has reproduced these archival drawings, with their angular shapes, on a larger scale. Her work is fluid and dynamic: the arrangement of the objects can vary, and each piece is intended to be a performer who acts out different situations, whether invented or real. Between the wooden slots is a monitor that transmits image reproductions of some of the environments. These spaces were virtually reconstructed via descriptions in the themes, such as those titled ‘Come arrederei la mia cameretta’ (How I would furnish my room). The installation is activated automatically every evening at 7 and shuts off at 9pm, the time when lessons were held at the drawing school.