Inside, two video screens mounted on easels faced each other from opposite ends of the room. According to the audio tour, Hito Steyerl's installation, 'The City of Broken Windows', took its inspiration from the window I had been looking through. One of the screens showed a workman battering a pane with a hammer. Muted chimes accompanied the crash. Standing in the same place, Steyerl hadn't seen what I had. Instead of taking in the architecture of the tree blossoms, or the gray light on a foggy morning, she decided to destroy the scene.