A hermetic and isolated space constitutes the main scenography built from perforated sheets of steel. The situation of imprisonment of a paralysed body of a boy (the main character) is expressed by the fact that space is an iron construction. However, as a consequence of the experimental use of light and sound the space seems to be alive. In a special aquarium, installed on the roof of the room, the water receives the voices and reflects them in a form of waves (a sound resonator mechanism used).
I was fascinated by a phenomenon of invisible waves, e.g. the ones that emit the sound, where always some part of the transmission is hidden away. I was attempting to find the visual component of the sound and trace and demonstrate this hidden transmission. I confronted here the severity of set (building material, stage props, costumes) with strong emotions that were express by the use of sound and light in the acoustic aquarium.
Simultaneously, the aquarium was a scientific object (consulted with scientists of the wave theory) and a sound and visual machine. As a result of lighting the scene through the water sound waves were not only exposed on the surface of water but also projected on the walls. Additionally, the light played a role of projector. Its bounds were blurred and blinking, which created an amazing effect.