The  work, in  this special short version, allows an autonomous space for the viewer 
to step into, one that brings to mind archival spaces: the space as a  pattern that 
can perpetuate itself, an image emerging from the  memories of the viewer and his 
experiencing from public services in  the everyday life and cinema films. The viewer 
takes the place of a  security controller in the control room, where he supervises 
the  lives of persons being monitored; persons that seem like  participating in 
a certain torture experiment, just like new  Promithees. Be  Mecanic is a comment 
on our contemporary way of living.