In 2016 Robaard and van Winkel produced a video work called ASSEMBLAGE that is presented on two screens in the studycentre of Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam.The work consists of two loops that each show sequencies of images taken from Robaard's archive-discontinuous series that feed into one another. The images in part one show models wearing archetypical garments that eventually fall apart in order to reassembled into new configurations. In this ongoing process of modulation and transformation, deconstruction and reconstruction, various levels of representation intermingle. As the images slowly move across the screen, a voice-over reads a text collage with contain fragments from two essays that deal with the assembled environment and the assembled body: 'Junkspace' by Rem koolhaas(200) and 'Fethisism and Ideology' by Jean Baudrillard(1970). Rather then adressing an imaginary audience, the voice reads for and to itself, slowlyand with hesitation, as if searching for an entrance into the text.