The work is produced for the Urban Pedestals exhibition. A car parking machine and pedestal were given as exhibition site. These objects reminded the artist a double act. Deniz placed a quote from a 1968 film by Castello & Abbott on the wall above the pedestals: "Are you waiting in line here? Yes.” alongside free copies of audio CDs containing a selection of comedy duos’ performances.
In this work, Deniz was inspired from a joke in the film: "Are you waiting in line here? Yes." In the film, Castello is alone in a quiet street and Abbott asks him as if he is queuing. Likewise, the street where the exhibition took place had very little life, and the local authorities thought it was a good idea to make an exhibition in order to create a dynamic turn for that street.
In this almost always empty street, you face a text on the wall while using the car parking machine. Deniz uses the joke to point at the gentrifying of the street by means of art.