The title 'I think it's interests' is a non committal answer to what shapes an individual's perception / outlook. Unlike experiences, which can be external and uncontrollable, interests are accounted for by the individual and inform the reception of experiences.
Video voyeurism, texture and performance scenarios portray personal struggle, social engagement, labor, freedom and disorientation in a capitalist society. Four musicians respond to the video in an improvised score. The edited rhythm aims to disassociate a linear narrative and create varied interpretations of scenario relationships.