The art experiment "11 DAYS" investigated the consequences of surveillance, the use of remote-controlled armed drones. The recipient was placed in the position of a drone pilot who could threaten a laboratory rat with a functioning weapon via the Internet. At the end of the countdown of 11 days, on 25 March 2015 at 19.00 (CET), the controllable weapon should be armed. The rat could then have been killed from any smartphone, from any computer via the Internet. Anyone could have become an anonymous perpetrator. However, it was never planned to really have the rat killed.
11 DAYS is a work in which on the one hand the following of the monitoring become clear and on the other hand the recipient can also participate itself. It was important to give the recipient a decisive role, to bring him into a critical situation in which he is himself a surveillant and a decider.

"11 DAYS" stages an armed drone’s mission, and shows what it is:
The targeted killing as Gamification and the consequence of total surveillance.

The art experiment "11 Days" has achieved its full impetus and has ended 17 March, 2015 at 19:00 CET.

The rat is alive and was taken out of the installation.

The artistic intention of the experiment was never to actually allow the shooting of the rat.