Systems are assembled at great pains, one actant at a time, and loopholes always remain.
— Graham Harman

The double-take is a moment of reprocessing, where an error punctures our expected reality. It can be likened to tripping over a tiny rise in the pavement; in the moment, the world rushes away and we orbit around the loophole intruding on our perception. Such is the complexity of our lives that things which run seamlessly fall to the wayside of our perception. In the quiet disruptions of everyday systems we reassess what was previously unseen. The work is a series of calculated incisions, swept up into systems, and perpetuated and performed by those who realise that displacement.