Korfmann aims to capture the memory of a place in designing a literal image of time. The essence of both is the background, the flat surface to which she refers as 'space zero', on which she groups the different fragments of memory captured by the camera. This way, the originally two dimensional surface has become a new, more or less virtual space. Even though the works to be seen in the show Count for Nothing originated at totally different locations on the globe, people do not look that different when seen from above. Only at a closer look, different cultures and rituals will become visible; such as products being carried on the head in the photo from Luanda (Angola). Also the black dresses of the women in Teheran relate to the Academic robes worn by the graduate students of the University of Cambridge.