One in a Million, 2012Installation3 videos 13:05 total duration, printed material
One in a Million started with Siri Baggerman finding out that she didn’t have a postcode. Apart from being pushed to the edges of society by having her access to mail and many other services denied, the most unsettling thing about this was that she had been playing the postcode lottery and now found out that she was never even given a chance to win. In the U.K. the phrase ‘postcode lottery’ refers to an unequal distribution of public services or random differences in price, depending on the area in which you live. However Siri's situation seemed something beyond a postcode lottery.
Woman without a postcode: Siri BaggermanCamera: Martijn DijksmaCaller: Vanessa CarlosThank you: Esther van der Heijden, Bawer Bozarslan, Garine Aivazian, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Ahmet Ögüt, Hans Rosenström, Juha Laatikainen, Alexandra MacGilp, Christina Li, Galerie Diana Stigter, Carlos/Ishikawa