Window In-between (2009-2018) is a video essay (63 min.) and collection of photograph works hanged on walls. The works visualize the relation between human and urban environment – and the human relation to the self – through a dialogue between inside and outside spaces. Existential identity contemplation and perception are present. Loneliness, isolation, the concept of home, advertising in public spaces and its juxtaposition with the present of a modern person in social medias are highlighted. The video essay is divided in four parts based on seasons. The narrative and autobiographical entity of photos, texts, and sounds are wandering and drifting in different directions as they will. The mind is an ever-changing window where the breeze blows both in and out. There is a glass-like surface between the inside and outside world, searching for its form. All the photographs of the whole are taken in Helsinki city.