Jeremy Pauly is a Belgian artist who began decomposes his learned technical language to focus on the essential part of his works. His installation works where mainly executed in big scales, always ephemeral and conceptualized to get in contact with the audiences and eventually get destructed by them. This tendency of interaction naturally drove his works into performance practices, and the rejection of any kind of technical knowledge or application of knowledge increased. The recognition of a works process becomes clear and is mainly habited from simple radical gestures who are conceptually loaded as the idea of constructive self destruction, but have also a large freedom of interpretation for the viewer. Simple radical gestures flirting with the absurd of a repeated action or visual contradictions, where the exhaustion of the performers body and the material body have the same value and position.