Two people who met for the first time join hands and enter the space.
The existence of this space is being driven by algorithms.
Therefore, no matter exists in this space.
Whilst holding hands, the two have to grasp the shape of the internal space relying solely on light and shadows. In addition, the two must use the torch they are holding on to discern the size, position and shapes of the shadows to move around the space, following the algorithm given. This algorithm is expressed through music. Also, based on algorithm, more music will be added as the audience/participants’ movement trajectory accumulates. The attached music differs based on the relationship of space. As such, this relationship of space is defined by the two people in the space.
One of the persons standing moves towards the wall.
Thereafter, hang upside down on the floor by supporting, pushing feet against the ceiling.
This relationship allows people in the space to grasp each other’s positions relative to each other. This new virtual space is broken up at the end, returning one to the reality. After this, those who had experienced a new relationship in the space will then realize that it is no longer the same space as the previous experience. Through this, one can experience that the relationship between one and the other party is relative.