But the message Vidal is trying to convey with her "un-gravity constructions" is worth contemplating even more.
The artist explains that each piece delves into how each person’s internal perspective is unique, and that often times, it doesn’t match up with the reality around them or the perspectives of others.
We all live in the same world, but we each have a very different view of it.
Vidal, in an interview with Hi-Fructose, says, "With these un-gravity constructions, I want to show that we live in one world, but we live in it in very different ways…"
Indeed, while we inhabit the same world, we live in it in our own unique way, with our own equally unique realities.
"…playing with everyday objects and spaces, placed in impossible ways to express that many times, the inner dimension of each one of us does not match the mental structures of those around us."
And while Vidal knows that can be incredibly difficult, it's certainly worth being reminded of when we forget there's more to the world than just ours.
Which means that in order to understand different people better, you have to first understand different perspectives.
"The architectural spaces and day-to-day objects are part of a metaphor of how difficult it is to fit everything that shapes our daily space: our relationships, work, ambitions, and dreams."