9 performers broadcast themselves from their home, via webcam, throughout the event.
The display includes both the spectator and the work: two heterogeneous realities that meet and exchange roles. For the spectator the work consists of the model captured by webcam, shown on a monitor in the exhibition hall.
In turn, and also via webcam, the model sees every spectator. The model observed in his privacy becomes the spectator, and vice-versa.
Both parties are involved via the webcam which takes the task to translate the images of the two distinct people, in different locations. The webcam is the link between the work and the audience, allowing them to communicate and interact, delivering the characteristics of a real meeting.