What remains, when we abandon matter?

Transparent Surfaces is a farewell ritual to consumer culture and ownership-oriented worldviews. Four artists and piles of scrap metal come together and are attached to each other, blurring the boundaries between them.

During the performance, experimental circus technique brings the scrap metal to life, builds an altar out of it and bids farewell to it.

Live guzheng music leads the audience and the performers through the stages of the ritual.