This project goes beyond discovery. It started as an investigation into the artistic legacy of Florence Hasard, Sophie La Rosière’s former lover, identifying the two different artists' works individually. Followed by the investigating of museum practises and storytelling, historic facts and fiction are woven seamlessly together, attributing Iris Häussler’s character, Florence Hasard her period-apartment containing her long hidden studio she left in 1942. This project is set in the Italinate home built by Michael Kohler in 1883. It is developed by the John Michael Kohler Art Center in close collaborating with the Chipstone Foundation.