Belongings of the Road (2010–2011) is a collection of personal items found along the suburban highways of Budapest. By being taken out of their original context in the limbo of the highways, the objects stay mute, yet they are clear evidence of human presence. They create a fascinating puzzle and invite the viewer to make up stories about how they got there and what they could have meant to their owners. Scanning the objects emphasizes their enigmatic nature since it results in high resolution, almost hyperrealistic images portraying them levitating in a neutral, black space.