Tornike Abuladze and Sebastian Quast covered the entire gallery space with sequin fabric. The sequins are reversible: one side is pink, the other holographic white.
While four vacuum cleaner robots supposedly clean the entire room, they leave traces in the fabric by turning the sequins. This creates constantly changing drawings and raises the question of automated production. At the opening, visitors were also invited to become active themselves and draw together on the floor. Through the haptic-visual experience, questions about superficial glamor and cheap facade („Flitter“ mean „tinsel“ in German) instead of inner values were opened.