By rebuilding a fantasized inner space with two screens and video projections, Intérieur rests on a notion of duality, creating a device which turns the domestic universe into an extension of consciousness. Returning to the idea of refuge as much as to the idea of the cell, a character inhabits this imagined space, appearing sporadically on one screen and then on the other. Unable to look at both screens at once, the spectator is invited to mentally reconstruct the movements of a woman closing the windows of an apartment. Through this video work, the artist seeks to point out the paradoxes linked to psychic activity. In this way, the ajar and the closed, the singular and the double, repetition and oscillation, presence and absence are all concepts united to create a scene where the familiar universe is found altered.