I often start to look back on a moment before it is over, so while still living at Mundsburger Damm 23, I built a copy of the apartment structure in 3D software.
This virtual apartment has no windows and no other connections to the outside, it becomes a suspended interior space. The apartment is simply a cold container, and the intimate, personal connection to this space is deliberately hidden in the video, leaving the familiar, inhabited living space nearly empty. As the camera moves, the invisible author's perspective seems to reunite with the ghostly shadows in this alienated living space, reconstructing a universal experience that evokes the imagination.
This work is like a specimen: the sensory experience is superimposed by an indistinguishable space-time, where memories are forcibly framed and recreated in frames as monumental, tending to be still scenes of time and space. Being there, even though the experience of life is familiar, there is a strange sense of time. Between the leftover narrative and the erased private experience, only a vague atmosphere remains, suggesting intimacy that has been forcibly withdrawn, or long vacuumed.