"08/08/2016, Vancouver" follows a morning routine of things in the house. The video moves through different areas in the house and through movement and sound pictures natural elements, human actions, automated objects, inanimate objects and hybrids. It starts in the bedroom, moves on to the bathroom, kitchen, hallway and lastly, the living room with the table-non-table. The Table-non-table consists of a slowly moving stack of paper supported by a motorized aluminum chassis. The motivation for the table-non-table emerged from research on everyday design, which primarily included ethnographic studies of people in their homes and various other everyday practices. Tthe table-non-table was developed to theoretically explore, from a design perspective, what could comprise an everyday design computational artefact and what its effects might be.