Room 42

Yassine Bouchti, Octave Magescas

In a room full of medical equipment lies an old surveillance camera, filming the visitor, and transmitting the signal onto an old screen. When looking closely, the visitor can see interference of the past on the live feed.
The visitor is threw between two different times, between past and present. The surveillance system keeps memories of the place it's been filming for so long, and shows glimpses of those. It shares its story.
Previous occupiers come back to the present to share this space with the visitor, living in their future, our present, travelling by artificial memory.

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