July 2020, the Netherlands. Police officers, acting on intercepted messages, stumbled upon a haunting sight nestled within Wouwse Plantage in Brabant. Seven shipping containers, believed to have been used by a narcotics gang, had been transformed into cells and sinister torture chambers, equipped with dentist chairs, straps, handcuffs, scalpels, claw hammers, pliers, gas burners, tie wraps, and duct tape.
A grim reflection of the widespread use of illegal substances in the Netherlands and its neighboring countries. Whether for leisure, to alleviate work stress, or to suppress psychological problems; the discovery of containers serves as a stark reminder for even the most casual drug users.
The changing collective around Frank Morssinkhof and Kees de Groot continuously investigates the interaction between current social events, the exponential growth of technology, popular and populist culture and the impact of the new mass media.