The body of three installations at 52nd Bitef Festival is rounded up with the work Nachlass, pièce sans personnes, by the famous director Stefan Kaegi, one of the three members of the internationally acclaimed collective Rimini Protokoll, produced by one of the leading Swiss theatres, Théâtre de Vidy from Lausanne. Although in terms of its basic art concept – spatial installation with several rooms shaped by the abundance of documentary material – this work could be related to the installation Eternal Russia, yet is significantly different from it, and completely unique in terms of its topic and the atmosphere and emotion it conveys. This work does not represent a "historical maze" which keeps bringing us back to where we started from, but a "museum of memories" of particular "common" people who are no longer alive or are about to leave us. Each room is a detailed realistic representation of those people’s departure, i.e. illustration of their imagined/desired exit, the illustration of the significance it had for them, and the shapes they wish to be remembered by. This installation, therefore, is not simply an exhibition of memorabilia linked to unknown people, but a material physical frame for a powerful experience in terms of atmosphere, emotion and metaphysics. Within 52nd Bitef dramaturgy, this work by Kaegi represents a key departure from the phenomenon of historical and social (therefore, collective) disappearance, toward a nearing of the personal, the singular, biological and/or metaphysical one.