I'm Roman Ondak, I'm based in Bratislava, Slovakia. I'm representing Slovakia in the pavilion of Czech and Slovak Republics, and my work is called Loop. So I decided to play with the interior and exterior situation of the pavilion, I'm very much interested in real experiences and whether these real experiences can be transformed to the context of art, so this is a very good example of my approach to art making. So when people enter they don't really notice that they are entering the pavilion or that they are entering the space of art, and this was my intention, that the experience of walking without noticing that there is any borderline between exterior and interior, and between reality and exhibition space. It's kind of a double take on understanding what this 'inside' represents, whether this is the sculpture or just the continuation of reality inside. And I can show you also a little bit of the backstage, which is not revealed to the visitors: Here you can see that that's the difference between what the floor was before and what it is now, so there is not one millimeter of the pavilion's floor left visible to the visitors, so it's sort of an elevated floor but at the same time you might also feel that the whole pavilion was suppressed down underneath the ground or it was just installed on top of it. And technically this is the main road, this is the path which visitors pass through the pavilion, but what you see on either side is the assimilation of the bushes which are outside the pavilion and which are very much like the situation of the pavilion, which is why it's outside as well as it is inside. So if you look at the facade of the side of the pavilion you might probably perceive a very similar situation out there. And I was happy to find in this pavilion this glass roof which reminds me of a greenhouse very much, so I didn't have to touch any detail of the pavilion to manipulate this inside. This physical experience, or transition, is fulfilled with your leaving the pavilion, so that's the frame, in a way, where you are returning back to the real again. So when you see this greenery again you probably perceive in a different way that before when you were entering the pavilion because you are comparing your perceptual experience with this exhibition. I'm really happy to see that people are not really noticing that there is really anything happening around, and it's been here since ages, that's the feeling of many people.