Two artists share the same space at the same moment. They act differently, and their actions appear not related. But because they are here and now, together, they start to collide. And in this collision, a new meaning comes up. It is related to the relationship between the body, and the objects as an ontological category. From one side, the attempt to dissolve the presence of the object through the movement, and the sounds. From the other side, the attempt to combine the body, and space, with the objects. This piece show, in a sense, how it is possible to found harmony from two different points of view, that appear as two different worlds of experience. It’s time. It’s time to collide.