Annoyed, 2005

Author: Erwin Olaf

Three DVDs, various episodes, in one box.

It is an installation on three screens where the solitary life of three neighbours in an anonymous block of flats is placed under a microscope: an overweight man in his bed, an old lady with a headache in her kitchen and a shy young woman in the hall. In another of the apartments, there is a party that the spectator cannot see; they can only hear the loud noise of the others having a good time.

Olaf affirms that the cinema allows him to construct emotional scenes, to create new emotions, to adjust the atmosphere and to suggest the end or to create new emotions.