HD video, 2:50 min, sound
Shot in a ordinary museum context, the viewer perceives the fragility of the real. Doubling gives a view through a cut in a glass door that doubles the space behind it. It lets you read a situation where you are no longer sure of what you see and assume the possibility of being wrong. This tension between image and sound arouses a feeling of disquiet. Because of this natural effect, our visual system becomes unreliable and researches the boundary between the real and the virtual space.