This film was made as part of Coco Derenne’s month long Inhabitant Zero residency for Kalejdohill, Sweden following her Research and Development project; The Restoration Act. The final exhibition transformed the yellow house into a living museum, displaying more than 50 objects restored, repaired and reworked by the artist after being donated by Järfälla residents in an amnesty of Broken things. Some resemble their original form others have been re-appropriated to form part of a multi-sensory installations. The exhibition also sees the launch of The Family Knife, a mini publication of prose and poetry written by the artist. The project has been featured on Stockholm’s P5 radio and national newspaper Dagens Nyheter as well as in the local press.