successive approximation
video (03:38min)

Showing the banality of political procedure in a visual way, successive approximation is a moving painting of spontaneous and yet orchestrated choreographies. Rule-bound activity at its core, the piece is examining the
perceived consequences of power, choice and routine, and questioning the border between private and public. The viewer is confronted to a scene she or he has seen before but the initial familiarity gives way to multi-layered discomfort. Austere waiting and gazing at a performance, an arguable aesthetics, eventually leaves us with the responsibility to pick one of two options: conspiracy or rebellion.