In „to grasp. carnal thoughts" the haptic perception of blankets and bed sheets which inscribe themselves each day in our body as a sensual memory is transformed into a picture. This visual transformation of a bodily feeling was made with hand-held scanner (which was traditionally used in libraries to reproduce text). The own bed was scanned piece by piece, not only capturing materiality of the fabrics but also the subjective movement of my own hand. It is a process assuming the perspective of the hand itself, creating a picture that functions by the logic of touch instead of the logic of the look. Thus there is no central perspective but rather a multitude of glimpses. At the same time the bed was deconstructed into fragments which were set together again on the analogy of my own memory.