On stage, some chairs… Two dancers, paced by the rhythm of a cello and a voice, revisit these familiar objects. They organize, transform, go through these spaces. As they settle into them and share them in different ways, the chairs become their playground, a territory for any kind of daring, encounter. And dance emerges out of their stability, their unbalances, between lightness and brutality, construction and deconstruction… As we play with the chairs, everyday objects which remind us of home, and offer, in their multitude, a mobile and endlessly transformable playground, the performance tackles the theme of place: How do we inhabit this space, this town, this site, at home? Where do we feel at home? The matter becomes object, but always keeps hinting at a transformation through the body. Our research was most notably inspired by the work and books of Jean François Pirson, pedagogue-artist who expresses his relationship to space through different practices (drawing, photo, installation, text, walk).