The work of photographer Andrea Good dispenses with photographic lenses and consistently uses analogue technology: photograms, luminograms, and pinhole cameras. The latter, the camera obscura, is the predecessor to the camera. Good also used this technique in her work Interiors. She pointed her camera at the individual rooms of the exhibition Ideal Living at the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich. Her concept includes exposure times of several hours. As a result, the works in the exhibition lose some of their model-like quality and appear in a lively atmosphere shaped by the spirit of their former owners.