In a cut and paste society with information overload and digitally altered perception of the real, untied from photography's parallel time and space based origins, assembling is representative for image culture but also transcending. It reminds of texture and tactility, reflects on reality and its possible rearrangement, experiencing simultaneously multiple information. These 3d collages of nature and body parts in tiny handmade dioramas are brought back to bidimensionality through photography, like simulacra that bend restless and isolated fragments of multiple proveniences to a fragile but also tranquil whole. Reflecting on the veracity of image making and image taking, these sceneries have been deposited at the intersection of different media types, expanding the idea of straight photography on combined objets trouvés in analogically constructed sets, melting together into a flux of new roots.