We want to talk about ourselves and suddenly we realised probably there’s nothing impressive to say. After a while we get frustrated and anxiety start coming out. Adulthood knocks the door. Our life has an end. We need to do something that people will remember.

Guilty for our egocentrism, we feel relieved by Thomas Mann. He said that self-love cannot be separated from the love for the world. Love is not altruist but egoist. This performance is about our egocentrism, about the frustration of growing up artistically into an economic recession atmosphere. About the willing of fame just to relieve the fear to be forgotten. We want to talk about growing up, fears and the non-sense of all that. It's going to be hard, but we are not going to cry in front of you.