Richard Loskot will conceive of the Small Hall as an abstract “film” studio. The floor plan will be coated with a special photosensitive emulsion and it is at this point that the artist will invite the audience to enter into the play. The emulsion will then be exposed by means of several specially placed lights, capturing the traces of human presence. The situation of the space will be thus projected into two-dimensional surface. Forms usually disparate will merge into new shapes via their projected shadows. All that the event will leave behind is one giant photogram, the imprint of a moment in time – irrevocably gone. You can participate in the event or merely witness it – in order to see and to believe.