During his stay at the ZK/U Willem De Haan researched various elements related to Berlin's many rush hours. With decreasing numbers in daily commuting, other rush hours became more clear. Shops, restaurants and biergartens closing due to COVID-19, caused the banks of the Spree to be full of pedestrians during any sunny moment. Peaks of seemingly sudden activity haven't disappeared with the come of the virus. How to use these peaks of activity to your advantage as an artist?
Throughout his residency he got in touch with a couple of different subjects that he found typical about Berlin daily life. These subjects were all closely related to commuting, transport, work or leisure. He looked into the direct communication methods of car scrappers, compared the unrealistic depiction of distances on Berlin's metro map to concrete traveling times and suggested a way out of daily life.