Every now and then we experience a ‘madelaine de Proust’– another French expression for having a déjà-vu – when a certain scent passes the nose. The French novelist Marcel Proust (1871-1922) was a master in describing the ‘events of the nose’.

We are all connected to scents unconsciously. Scents attract and divide and help us memorize the unmemorable,

My objects tell multisensory stories on scents and provide 'food for thought.',

like Proust’s memory of a childhood madeleine..