We are not and never were disconnected senses, but human beings.
Our senses merge into experiences, which form our very individual perspectives and feelings.
This is diversity.
We are exposed mostly to forced tags and less to the embracing of these differences as exactly the points where we meet.
Sound and image do not exist without the one hearing and seeing.
This evening is our effort to reveal the strength in a simple unity of a moment shared between beings and senses alike.
We wish to open the idea of the “audiovisual” and give place to a space where the sounds, the screens, the lights and beams, the shadows, the room and everyone in it, all become one entity.