three-channel video and six-channel audio (HD, 45:00 min), line drawings, embroidered hoodies, aloe arborescens, PVC foil, various lights, harmonium, fog machine, guitar amplifier, bed
In the main hall, a fictional documentary film is shown, depicting episodes from the lives of Fehr's various alter-egos. In four differently furnished prison cells, each character is given their own space for expression through sound, visual art, and text. Each cell has its own loudspeaker, which together create a six-channel sound composition that runs in sync with the film. Where otherwise prison cells stand for demarcation and punishment, here the cells become instruments of an orchestra that complement each other in their interplay without losing their own identity.