Joan Ponç links home and delirium. Gordon Matta-Clark breaks into two, literally, a typical North American middle-class, detached house. Carlos Bunga projects models of cardboard houses that he displaces, evoking the temporality of objects and life. Antoni Garau associates home with the concept of order. And Gregor Schneider turns his birthplace near Cologne into a maze of dead-ends that reinvents itself in every room. One by one, they return to the idea of home as a powerful creative device.