In their work, Zuza and Wiktoria deal with the subject of adapting to the domestic space, although their interests are very different. Wiktoria in her sculptures, often referring to furniture, encloses personal stories, creates self-portraits full of visions of her own identity, realising her fantasies and dreams in her works. Zuza embodies the home – she enters deeply into the structures of the four walls, penetrates, peeps into the intimate playground of microorganisms and the building material itself. Martyna Pinkowska, on the other hand, shows in her works mental and psycho-physical states of a contemporary woman which are usually experienced in isolation such as own flat. The exhibition entitled “Under My Ribs a Home Lives” creates an opportunity for a playful and critical exchange of meanings with space, which is an inseparable part of our everyday life.