we seek out alternative, darkly humourous solutions for an unstable future,
aiming to not just make things, but to make things happen.
our works invite audiences to become active participants, exploring often
difficult subjects like privacy, terrorism, consumerism and disaster capitalism
within immersive, intimate encounters in crowded streets. we see the city as
our playground and over the years it has become an increasingly contested
space that requires some deviation from the norm. because we believe,
without deviation, new possibilities will not emerge.
we think about our audiences not as art consumers or ticket buying public,
but as creative comrades. we are in this together and play is our weapon of