What drives us to peek into someone else’s backyard, living room, or kitchen? Our curious minds let us balance on the borders of what is public or private, voyeurism or interest, exhibitionism or openness. During the Local Heroes manifestation, an art and design in-situ exhibition in Boxtel, Einstein’s Fence opened to the public and served as a museum at home. Einstein’s Fence lets you enter the home of the Vugts family accompanied by an audio tour voiced by the family itself. By listening to personal stories, funny observations, reflections and anecdotes surrounding 20 objects, an intimate portrait of the family and their home arises. The tour guided the visitor from the fence door of the backyard, through the backyard, into the kitchen and living room, and ended at the front door. Einstein’s Fence offered the visitor a multi-sensory experience and an exclusive ‘look behind the screens’ of a family home.