The installation ’Tomorrow Square’ consists of two facing projection screens on which eight hours of ‘cityscapes’ can be seen respectively. The visitor takes place in the middle between the screens. The exhibition situation was conceived by Konrad as a square, where different visual and audible signals are picked up from various directions. The image sequences consist of long to very long recordings: frontal tunnel shots from behind the windscreen of taxis, lateral registrations of passing skylines filmed from cars on highways, perpendicular perspectives from airplanes, landing or taking off, or plain recordings in the street amidst the metropolitan flux with attention to human behaviour. The overall anonymity, the lack of an intended discursivity, causes the images to become interchangeable. In the projected images a time and space specification passes by at regular intervals, not to encourage identification but as a neutral punctuation. To Konrad the time factor is important in this work. The long recording times challenge the visitor of the exhibition to look intensively, seeing becomes an almost physical experience. Similar to the photographic work of the artist ’Tomorrow Square’ – conceived by the artist as architectural videos - is a goodbye to the concentric, centripetal space. The traditional iconographic ‘viewpoint’ of the artist (and of the exhibition visitor in line with that) is traded for a more complex and richer level of perception: a meta-perspective on the unique combination of uniformity and particularity characteristic to metropolises and the a-historical and iconoclastic features of these cities. ’Effort Square’ is a 2 hour re-edit of the video ’Tomorrow Square’, suitable for screenings.