EXT. Dinge, die passieren: das Lexikon (des Alltags)
For us, the public space is an infinite stage of unconscious images and choreography. On fragments of pavement, grass, sand or cement, a flow of material configurations and sensitive interactions between humans, animals, spaces and objects takes place every day and at all hours, forming a transient life. We want to collect it and define it, to make it visible from a new perspective, letting the emotion infiltrate.
There are few things that excite us as much as watching the details of life unfold. And we want to infect the rest of the people, we want them to stop and observe the human and material constellation that is constantly forming around them and feel something: sympathy, love, infatuation, connection, silliness, surprise, or even rejection; anything other than the inertia of empty and capitalized passing, or the inquisitive and egotistical use of spaces, the individualism.
EXT. Things that happen is a "species" of "dictionary" of urban passing, a compendium of own definitions that can have the power to counteract with poetry, philosophy, humor and absurdity the body of agreed definitions of the world.