“Bathroom Conductor” illuminates the power relationship between gender and spiritual totalitarianism of society to the tempo of the Hungarian Waltz. The audience is treated to footage depicting to instances of mass cultural phenomena such as the Beijing Olympics, Nazi orchestra, Mass Wedding Ceremonies, and the runways of Paris. These images are interspersed with intimate footage of personal grooming activity symbolizing the banal daily rituals of everyday life. Meanwhile, the Conductor stands within the super private space of the bathroom, and furiously conducts the constant parade of imagery, turning the inward into the outward. The total effect creates vivid impressions, and makes caricatures of society’s expectations on what it is to be a socially beautiful person.