Against a background of white screen appears a text typed into the computer. The writing time is too long, far exceeding the reading time and slightly tightening the moments of waiting, and thus the viewer's patience.
The text is talking about the possibility of entertaining an audience "cracking nuts", having found first that "cracking nuts is no art". The text is taken from Kafka's story entitled Josephine the Singer or the Mouse Folk, one of his last stories. The resulting set has a comic severity, with black on white and the keyboard sound, almost nothing. A little joke, just a little less innocent than it looks. A reading exercise in the plane of projection, and at the experience level of the work itself.