It is an exploration into public and semi-public urination, usually perceived as a rather male careless release, possibly extended to feelings of dominance, provocation and raising a public disgust.
We are looking at an installation that frames an action, which was completed just a few minutes ago : a man and woman urinating together. A sense of intimacy is achieved by positioning male and female body at same eye level. What stays after the action is absorbed by the porous tiled surfaces: a fleeting memory of an equally shared pleasure.
The chosen materials break away from the notion of defensive hygiene (represented here by the glazed tiled environment) letting the space rather remember and accept the human.