Beatrijs Albers' work questions the underlying structures of social reality from a creative tension between the public space and autobiographical reflection, between subjective values and social awareness. She has a tendency to undertake excursions to hazy suburbs, geographic margins and domains where signs have a double moral. With all this, it is interesting how Albers conceives this journeys as a literal activity and also a mental exploration into contents and disentanglement of interests with the aims of founding her art with objective and autobiographical elements. Interests include the conditions of subjectivity, the so-called ‘open field’ between the spectator and the art piece, and the viewers’ involvement in constructing a narrative. She considers her work as a research into the mechanisms leading to the public or ideological control of a space or the claiming of a territory.