You and I, You and Me explores the possibilities of communication through electricity. It proposes that electricity could help to reveal the imperceptible connections between different actors within the environment. How far could electricity help in understanding others? Is there a possibility to alter human senses by electric impulses?
The participatory event invites the audience to imagine the future and to experience the environment by wearing jewelry, shoes, and headwear.
Mindaugas Gapševičius explores the impact of non-human actors on human creativity and the impact of humans on the environment. He is a PhD candidate and creative fellow at the Bauhaus University in Weimar.
Maria Safronova Wahlström has a background in classical painting, and works with themes such as collective behaviour and linguistic practices that signal our social belonging.