The installation consists of five 16mm projectors that form a chorus. The idea behind the installation is the Venetian polychoral style of the late Renaissance and early
Baroque times, a type of music which involved spatially separate choirs singing in
alternation. Theocentric construction of the world was slowly replaced by a
humanistic idea of reality and choirs were alllowed to sing about ideas as well.
The lyrics projected as text fragments make a statement for the future and analyze the status quo with a multitude of voices.
They projectors are coordinated with each other and speed up and slow down according to the text. They are following a choreographed order by capturing a moment of reformation and translating it into a silent choreography.