The report consists of information obtained from various sources about the persons with whom the author, who has assumed the role of an unofficial informant, exhibits at the relevant exhibition. Co-exhibitors thus became objects of the author's subjective perception, part of the interpretation of his reality and an insight into a certain way of seeing. The data collection process is reminiscent of the recruitment system of the East German secret police, the Stasi, which during the Cold War period recruited many so-called informal informants to report on the daily lives of their neighbors, colleagues and other individuals. After the fall of the Iron Curtain, any German who obtained a file from the Stasi was entitled to see his file, as long as they were not destroyed first. Similarly, today the author's co-exhibitors have the opportunity to view their files, and with their public display, all visitors to the exhibition can also.