Participatory performance where the participants cohabit in a space with two people who guide them from a distance.
A blue screen chroma space invites attendees to walk through it, and on monitors they are shown a superimposed digital environment – a room, a city, a meadow – where two performing sisters interact with participants verbally and physically through the screen, as if they were in another city. Their will is exploratory and improvisational, allowing those who intervene to move and play in the virtual space, while developing a telematic interaction with the sisters in actions such as holding hands. They can even request to visit another space, which can be loaded from the database and equally inhabited by the telepresent performers and the participants present in the chroma. The show explores the theoretical concept of the digitally distributed body, that is, whose presence not only belongs to the space in which it is physically located, but can extend to other places where it is perceived by others thanks to the network.