Eva Roovers can be described as a visual Bricoleur, as French Anthropologist Levi-Strauss meant in his book the Savage Mind. In his description it is opposed to the engineers' creative thinking, which proceeds from goals to means. Mythical thought, according to Levi-Strauss, attempts to re-use available materials in order to solve new problems. The lively and monumental structures photographed, are created trough collected out-casted and seemingly unimportant household objects. They have been rearranged to colorful and geometrical whimsical monuments. That appear to be in dialogue with Bauhaus, Dada or the Constructivist movement. Taken away from their mundane references, the objects are nurtured in the save domain of the studio surrounding. Stripped even more from any context apart from the theatrical set and an art historical connotation to still life with the idea of Vanitas. The studio is an embodiment of a non-context and works as a platform where the fake can become real, light creating illusions and suggested interpretation without the dissolutive interference of the real. With a tessellation of color, the light is sculpted around the forms and strengthens the individual presence and shape of objects.