Each and every one of us are alone forever.

2001.
Single Channel Videotape.
Sound, Color.

A pair of tourists visiting a Los Angeles attraction attempt to document their experience on film. An obvious couple, the two must take turns snapping each other's photograph: posing, setting up the shot, shooting, and passing the camera to the other in a brief and beautiful dance. The footage is slowed down, creating some mystery at first as to what they are up to, then melancholy as you realize they may be as close as two people can ever be - but that in itself is an incredible distance apart. Their closeness is highlighted when, after taking their photos, they exit the screen exactly in step with each other.