The two cameras that film one another, one from a bedroom window and the other from a wheat field, raise the issues of the gaze and voyeurism. It is an abstract representation where two image-recording instruments express the tension of desire between absent viewers.
The environment in which the cameras are set up plays on the opposition between the inside and outside, and also refers to the idea of a romantic space, as it contrasts the inside of a bedroom, a place of sensuality, and the field, which opens onto natural and vegetal elements.
The attraction between the two worlds goes through the dehumanized, phantom eyes of the cameras which, by filming one another, allow the desire to express itself solely through their connection.