Antifragility is part of a long-term engagement with the destabilisation of order and balance. The title alludes to the concept of “antifragility,” which the futurologist Nassim Nicholas Taleb uses to describe systems that can respond creatively to unexpected developments thanks to their flexible handling of coincidence and disruption. Neda Razavipour assembles broken objects made from glass and ceramic and creates a new order among them over the course of a day. The objects are remnants of previous performances as well as mementos from her family life. The careful procedure is reminiscent of making an inventory, albeit by using poetic means of engagement and artistic criteria of order. Razavipour highlights the forms created by breaking and deforming and inspires the audience to reflect the order of their surroundings and the fragility of her artefacts. Applied to social change, the process of observing and rearranging becomes a meditative and healing practice.