As a christian mission, Charles Benjamin moved to GMK with the aim of becoming a better person. The Swedish artist had 3 weeks too achieve this through doing systematical actions every day (which are filmed by him). He created 6 different stations, Sleep, Work, Wash, Pray and Document inside the gallery, using the exhibition space as part of his methodical process, separating this from an art residency. Each of this stations are symbolized by paintings, which he defines as "boring in a really great way" an echo of his process driven by his love for God.
But life is a killer, Colombian artist Pablo Fernandez will skew the final result of devote Charles. Following the principle of showing respect only to complete individuality, Fernandez's installation avails itself of the available space and absorbs anything from which it would benefit. Using metal and clay bullets, he creates machinery within which these cold materials interact in a systematic and never ending way, worth for it’s own gain.