Leyla Aydoslu is trained as a painter but works as a sculptor with found and used materials. She is interested in leftovers, or materials which take on a form or show traces of former use. For the Kathmandu Triennale the work is centered around the prototype of the shed designed by the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. The three outdoor forms looks like extractions of the existing shed, as if further constructions are planned. Inside additional pillars are built, loose bricks piled up on top of each other supported by vertical wooden beams. The artist makes a connection between inside and outside, opaque and transparent, process and result. The whole installation breaths the city in which it is positioned, Kathmandu.