In <Keyhole>, Olaf presents an installation, photographs, and films all at the same time to maximize the viewing experience and to convey his message effectively. The installation lets viewers engage in an act of voyeurism.
Viewers can sit on a chair, wear headphones and look through a keyhole. They start to feel as if they’re spying on other people’s daily lives, watching scenes in which a middle-aged man is sitting on a bed or a mother is cuddling her son. The mumbling voice heard on the headphones intensifies the experience.
Source: Lee Woo-young, Korea Herald