The difference between human experience and technical perception is much more substantial than it is supposed to think. Even if we understand what happens somewhere rationally, this does not mean we can experience it in all immediacy.
Elektrozavod artist-run space consists of a non-profit gallery and workshops. During the opening night, workshops were closed, and a video was streaming from them showing Galiya, a new resident of the place, was preparing her work site. Other days of the show the video was accompanied by sounds of tools, music, and voices emitted from the closed workshops for creating an illusion of ongoing process. The discrepancy between the documentation and reality, between prepared and imaginary processes, gets more fluid when the sound localized in the closed workshops filled up the exhibition area.