Freedom of expression often appears to be confined and restricted within the art world and somehow more so within the gallery space. This body of work pushes the boundaries of freedom and expression within its surroundings. Reiteration One shifts the rational to the irrational allowing for interaction towards disruption of the common inside the white cube. A memory can be stronger than an action, re evoking multiple senses in anyone who dares to disturb the balance of the assemblage. By aiming at bringing a joyful memory back to life it leaves room for interpretation by means of pattern and repetition. The installation plays upon the balance of space and time and what we are allowed and not allowed to do in order to define who we become.