F.L.A.T. is a project about voyeurism: a critical inquiry in the space of “in-between-ness”, of non-correspondence, of alienation, where power-relations are questioned in a poetic manner, without direct moral judgements. The spectator looks at voyeurism and is a voyeur himself. He unravels voyeurism as a phenomenon, in a threefold sense: by looking at voyeuristic scenes, experiencing the voyeuristic position, and looking through the eye of the camera as a spyhole.
At the center of the work of Boris Lutters is a poetic visual language, in which answers are not important, but this visual language primarily raises questions. Characteristic of this poetic visual language is the minimalist aesthetic, questioning and undermining the process of prosaic reality.