This is a substantial survey of the work of one of the most significant media artists working today. It spans early video work made in the 1970s, a display of the dolls he is famous for, and a number of new works produced especially for the occasion. The faces of Ousler's dolls are projected onto dummies, sitting or lying on the floor in a precarious scene with an armchair about to fall over. The point of the departure for the artist’s work is his profound interest in the part technology plays in human behavior. The show gives food for thought about today’s digital reality.