This research line focuses on the recreation of the inner topography of late medieval nunneries. Its goal is to outline a landscape that is confined to the monastic building, but that is determined both by the architecture of the place and the materiality of the objects located in its spatial, functional and performative context. At the centre of this research line, the object is studied as a material incarnation of both the activities with which it relates and the spaces with which it interacts. The projects in this research line focus on diachronic and synchronic analyses of specific nunneries, reconstructing their planimetry and positioning the ritual, symbolic and devotional practices, as well as their performative uses by the communities that inhabited these nunneries. In a first stage, five pilot projects will be carried out: Sant Antoni i Santa Clara de Barcelona, Santa Maria de Pedralbes, Sant Pere de les Puel·les, Santa María de las Huelgas and Santa Chiara di Napoli. These projects will allow us to bring into focus objects, processions, rites and monastic architecture. See to ask and ask to know.