Installation with objects, slide projections, images and sound. It groups different experiences I gathered in culturally converted industry parks in England. The question about the possibility of rehabilitating buildings with social history interests me. How can one give an old shell a new content, without it losing its historical and social connection, and without reducing it to an aesthetic facade? In the process, I created postcards of imaginary museums, like the Museum of Loss, the Living Museum of Death and Decay, the Museum of Education in Social Matters, the Museum of Wise Providence, the Fake Museum, the Museum of Open Space, The Museum of True History, the Museum of Obsolete Values, the Museum Unsharp, The Memory of Museum, the Museum of Failures, The Museum of Power, the Museum of Joyful Cooking, the Museum Out of Order, the Museum of Steady Leaks, the Collection of Representational Power no longer in use, the Museum with a certain feeling of horror, The Museum of Useless Space, the Museum of Lazy Hardware, the Museum of Recollection, the Museum of Confusing Functioning, the Museum of Processing Memory etc.