We do not question the quotidian. It is what it wants to be. But questioning its inside is an essential aspect of engaging in everyday reality. Observing it, we realise that this reality has an absurd, surreal and dramatic side. Observing is translated into writing. The writings then are used as scripts for (audio)visual outcomes, reflecting upon our everyday state of being. By embracing this side of the quotidian we can give it a meaning, a place where it can be discovered, or left alone.