Collecting, filing, ordering, rearranging until something new arises; this is what Mullié does. He has observed the city of Dordrecht, regarding it as one big collection. An arrangement of elements that could be combined or arranged differently. Using six crates he demonstrates how you could improvise to your heart’s content with things that are readily available: fences, window frames, bricks, and beams caught in ever-changing frameworks. The wooden crates form The Dordt Collection, a new collection that could be transported at any given moment, to demonstrate the beauty of improvisation.