The strategy used in this work was to amplify gestures that are at the core of daily negotiation tactics and underline them as institutionalized control strategies. By showing the duration of various time lapses and deforming them, the subtle rules inhabiting the smallest social agreements become more visible.
I take objects designed to facilitate architectural organization and insert them into daily manufactured environments. Camouflaged by functionality, these objects are then used against their intended purposes. They disrupt the way we are trained to interact with our physical spaces. They become sabotage interfaces: prosthetic devices between people that are intended to interrupt the programmed interactions for the purpose of underlining the preexistent hierarchies and dynamics.