Every day there is so much we ignore, objects and actions visible only in our periphery. The French writer Georges Perec described these instances as the “infra-ordinary” and over a weekend in 1974, in Saint Sulpice Square, set out to record them in detail, an endeavour later published in his book An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris. The idea behind the project was to document the everyday and to find out what happens in those instances when nothing happens.