This concept takes up an idea of a tablet/painter's easel from the 1960s/70s that allowed you to put your television set down while hiding it with a light and manipulable painting. Hiding a flat screen for videoconferencing, which can be moved according to meetings, was interesting, aesthetic and more economical than installing screens in all rooms. This piece of furniture was made by Didier Demé, cabinetmaker, according to my sketches. Its perfect mastery of "multi-ply" makes it possible to give these slender, thin and robust shapes. At the time of delivery, a canvas representing GANDHI was made by me and placed there temporarily.