Florence Jung writes situational scenarios where nothing is a reliable constant. Her pieces may seem inscrutable in the exhibition space, yet they can follow you home in unexpected and meticulously planned ways.

In her hybrid works, which resemble social experiments, mystery novels, and paranoid states all at once, the spectator can be a subject, a perpetrator, or a voyeur. Perhaps even a victim.

Jung stages situations that break through the docility and redundancy of contemporary life – licenses to transgress. For now, all you’re asked to do is to go to an unknown address and ring the doorbell.