Evictions occur in different ways and scales, these are related to an overwhelming operation of land cooptation. During her residency period, Re transformed a house-eviction experience into a multi-media documentation that reflected on family relations and city tensions driven by capital-based violence. This work interpreted different ways through which a moment of loss was digested and encapsulated, and tapped into questioning the in-between trauma and memory-making. Within the context of Berlin, her research included observing bottom-up processes of land allocation and looking closely at what occurs despite and thanks to State frameworks. Documenting these moments recalled, archived, and translated displacement events beyond the self-referential as an effort to make legible power relations and their possible reconfigurations.