2003, 18 mins., video installation, documentary video film, part of the film was taken with video surveillance cameras specially mounted in a taxi.
My son was born not long ago and I had not been out of the house for 3 months. Mrs. Milda, a neighbour from my childhood, was a taxi driver and remembering her stories I decided that doing a taxi driver's job would be an appealing way to have a break from being a mother as well as a chance to talk with a great variety of people every day. Obviously I wasn't going to join some big taxi company, so I hired an old "Volga" installed two video surveillance cameras in the car's interior, so that depending on the need, they could focus on the front seat
or the back seat. Filming in this manner, I worked as a taxi driver for nearly three weeks. During this same period, as a passenger I filmed women taxi drivers as they talked about their experiences. The work was exhibited at the taxi stand next to the market in the area of my childhood - on a small screen in Mrs. Milda's taxi, where she also got to meet the audience.