For Ann Oren’s first institutional show in Berlin, KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art presented her video work Passage (2020) in a display created specifically for this purpose. Furniture stuffed with hay and covered in recycled leather added haptic and olfactory elements to the visual and auditory components of the work. Passage reflects upon fictive gender roles in film history and their boundaries, as well as the boundaries between animalistic and human. The installation creates the feeling that the work’s protagonist is caught in their own mind. Physical sensations are amplified for viewers, as they observe the protagonist transform from human to animal and gender to gender.