Harmony focuses on the relationship between two images that have no immediate visual connection. After a few moments, connections are made through contradictions and similarities. The channels are different colors and sizes, but both share the existence of the human body as a symbol of resistance. On one channel projected on the wall, you see a video-montage of 4000 frames of photographs taken in an hour. In each frame, an old man sitting in his wheelchair is surrounded by dancing bodies. The other channel, shown on a Sony PVM television, is a black and white video of a blind man trying to get the attention of passerby around him by tapping his cane. The rhythm of the tapping occasionally syncs up with the frame rate of the other channel. Discovering the underlying behaviors in a given society, investigating how these mechanisms link members of society and portraying this relationship is one of my key artistic concerns.