On two life-size projections placed opposite each other, both male and female naked upper bodies can be seen. The protagonists look at each other and begin to breathe in and out. They breathe more and more violently in their rhythm, which becomes a "common" breathing due to the parallelism of the running films. By means of a change of video units, all gender combinations are played through. The rhythmic breathing sounds associate sexual acts. Without direct points of contact, an intimate field of tension is created between the projections, into which the viewer involuntarily falls.
The title "Love Gasoline" is to be understood as a homage to Marcel Duchamp, who described love gasoline as the product of his bride.