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Two players. Two acts.
Two players sit simultaneously at a fixed point and record their experience in a structured manner – one man walking, white car passing. How can two different ways of seeing be compared?
Two players move separately and exchange maps that point to the places they explored. How can their distinct experience of things construct a collective map? The process is presented in the form of a book in two levels: The raw material or the moment of acting and re-enacting. The processing or response to the recorded material.