In a shadow play like setting, a voice assigns world events of the past 10 years to familiar daily objects. The appropriative act of giving the events a material form tries to make the events more controllable and comprehensible.
However, the more objects appear the more the language isn't able to grasp the events, and seems to change from materializing spell to rhythmical meaningless sounds.
In a visual reference to Plato's ‚Allegory of the Cave' the work uses composite shapes to produce an increasing inability to intellectually process visual and auditive information.
Discussing the role of langugage in our construction of reality the work illustrates strategies of making sense in the connection of private and public spheres.
1920x1080 video, 13:21 mins, 2018-19