Carmen Dusmet is a video artist and graphic designer based in The Hague. Her practice involves both the pursuit of research-based works and commissioned projects. When working with clients she mainly makes books (sometimes websites), with special care for typography and storytelling. Her artistic practice materialises through the moving-image, text and sound. Beginning from personal experiences, she focus on how socioeconomic structures affect individual and collective identities. She understands her work as a contemplating lens of an uncertain future; a tool to speculate and reflect on the unpredictability of survival, growing up, ageing, change and hope. She is interested in exploring conditions for image consumption through formats and mediums. Currently, she is co-developing Home Cinema, an online temporary video broadcast that responds to the question: what can we see together now that we cannot see each other?