Ordinary places are those corners of streets or that deserted bench that you can see from your window... They are spaces that we can reclaim and that narrate our everyday lives. They are neither places nor monuments but have their own stories.
The surveillance cameras that increasingly scan our landscapes are opening up a new projection on these common places. From this medium I tell evolutionary stories (from the present) of indefinite duration. Juxtaposed, the camera images are edited live to form a unique narrative sequence.