‘Adhesion’ relates to a term used in physics and chemistry, which etymologically comes from Latin. Adhesion means physical attraction or connection between two substances, especially noticeable in macro scale between two substances having different characteristics. This time, the ‘attraction’ or ‘connection’ might become an inspiration to show individual spaces as a common conglomerate or a habitat which wouldn’t happen naturally. It comes from the need of working with other people, a social activity with a touch of emanation of individual characters. Creators will adapt a physical space, making it into an exhibition capsule (a room, a cellar, an attic, inside of a car etc) which they will then record. It will become a virtual space with features of a physical, material reality. Resulting records should be connected with other ‘capsules’, interiors, creating a unreal building based on a documentary notation. Virtual reality gives us the opportunity to make this connection and to confront both worlds. In the material world the connection may exist only in the spectator’s mind. COVID-19, and the way viruses are built in general, comes into this context, as they need to ‘adhere’ to the host in order to infect it. It seems, that the whole human kind is like a virus to our planet, destroying it and yet helpless in the face of their own actions. We live in a state of uncertainty, suspension and unreality, not knowing the mechanisms of reality and all the consequences of our actions.