In 2001, before smartphones entered our lives, a study conducted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art found that the average amount of time visitors spent looking at works of art lasted 27.2 seconds. We all struggle with concentration, which has become an almost impossible task. A two-wheeled mobile print studio will wander around the Hansen House, following the exhibitions included in Jerusalem Design Week. Throughout the week, the studio will create mesh screens based on the exhibits, allowing the act of lingering to take place on a daily basis. Wa(o)ndering focuses on the present, resonating through the resulting print. The screens and prints will forever perpetuate an encounter, a material, a conversation, a thought.