I am in front of my mirror, in the bathroom. I open the shower…hot. …All the atmosphere became steamed… the mirror, the lens of the camera, my glasses, too. I start the camera. And I wait until everything it’s clean and clear. At the end it is me filming myself. It is about me in time, my timelenght; it is about the triple opacity (lens, glasses, and mirror) and the automatic function of the camera, in contact with the “hostile” steamed atmosphere. That’s why the image presents loss of focus… the automatic process of finding the focus is rerouted, the situation threw it off balance. There is a bunch of frames trying to get in the logic of the film. The title is a paraphrase of the well known conceptual exhibition, who took place in Bern, in 1969, “WHEN ATTITUDES BECOME FORM”, curated by Harald Szeemann.