Two partially dismantled motorbikes face each other. Their hectic honking and the aggressive pulling of the ignition remain a failing attempted rapprochement: None of their motors is ever been turned on. Both vehicles are inevitably exposed to a different movement, where consistent progress seems to have removed some of the parts already: their own decay.

The horn, a universal sign of warning, becomes a mono-vocabulary language: A primitive dialogue is suggested and humanizes the mopeds, providing a dystopian picture: disintegrating machines face each other as human equivalents in a social encounter, against their funcionality in restraint to standstill – yet connected by their distant, disharmonious dialogue, that is based on warning signals.