Kadri Sirel, a charismatic dancer of Estonian origin, and Zelda, a fictional character conceived as a fictional artificial intelligence have designed a mind-map of their own. Together, Kadri and Zelda try to solve the mystery behind the process of remembering a choreography spontaneously created, but never properly presented. Built with irony and relaxation, the relationship between the two is dynamic and uncertain. The presence of the public raises questions about how a performance should be viewed and what is the role of each participant in this exchange of information and emotions.
virtual (living) room is a script-based performance, a cyber fake about girls, dance and inner spaces. Sometimes deep and poetic, sometimes self-ironic and pragmatical, the work is a conversation about the act of remembering what a movement felt like when it was first created. The process of making the piece becomes the subject of the piece itself, in a dialogue performed with humour and empathy. The spectacular is purposely deconstructed, being replaced with a simple 360 black void environment that leaves space for new ideas to emerge.