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10HOCH7 is a public installation, which addresses the existing problem of daily racism through mirroring the inconvenient feeling of "being gazed at" onto a randomly chosen passerby. Three triangular arranged displays, camouflaged as advertising panels and equipped with sensors, frame a trackable area. Every crossing passerby will be tracked and one of them randomly chosen. The so far static models on the screens begin to follow the person with their gazes and quickly look away when being noticed by the person. The purpose of 10HOCH7 is to set the passerby thinking about the situation and reflect his own daily behavior in these situations.