IF YOU WAIT LONG ENOUGH SOMETHING ALWAYS HAPPENS
Five participants were asked to come to a screening of the 1970 film, Five Easy Pieces. Later that day, each individual was asked to recount, on camera in an empty studio, as much of the film as they could remember. Each participant sat in one of five places on a sofa to recount the experience.
The footage from each participant is played back on a monitor placed on a table directly in front of the position on the sofa in which the participant was filmed. All the footage is played back simultaneously, and each dialogue is looped. The cacophony of noise means that the viewer must sit on the sofa, directly in front of each monitor to discern what each individual is saying.