The installation consisting of metal bars and mattresses brings to mind a typical imagery of a Polish gym class, a compulsory part of daily school routine that can be understood as a direct representation of the social discipline of the body. In this piece, Zuza Golińska addresses the themes of sport and fitness and how these systems of physical activity can shape public spaces. Inspired by the area around the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw and its local landmarks such as ever-present concrete blocks and bicycle stands, she recycles the exhibition’s surroundings to give way to more general themes of physical education, wellness, and the self-inflicted oppression of the modern subject. This is perhaps why the elements of the installation, though arranged in a seemingly decorative and harmonious way, seem to possess certain uncanny and autoaggressive undertones. The artist further developed these topics in a series of accompanying performative walks titled Walkout, executed in collaboration with the choreographer Iza Szostak.