The recurrent subject on Candida’s Höfer work, since the 70’s, is the space that human beings produce trough architecture and the way they live in it. The artist places herself in the spectator’s point of view that is at the same time the user’s point of view. Her work consists on identifying and perceiving the existence of compositions that existed before she was aware of them and that she leaves unabridged. Photographs of indoor spaces, of public and semi-public buildings where the order and disorder that derives from its communitarian function is revealed. The purpose of this examination is to visualize the architectonic space as a frame of human relations. Each one of the represented spaces belongs to a social space, a space that constitutes or is constituted by social relations.