The fourth wall is an invisible, imagined wall that separates actors from the audience. While the audience can see through this wall, the convention assumes the actors act as if they cannot. Breaking the fourth wall can be done by either directly referring to the audience, the play as a play, or the characters' fictionality. On performance explores the breaking of the fourth wall by hunting down the protagonist of Venice. An image taken of Venice could easily feel like a postcard. There is this constant shift of looking at Venice as a Grande decor full of beautiful architecture, art and at the same time looking at it as a normal city where people live, work and go to school in.

On performance explores this shift by zooming in on the biggest actors of the city and questions where performance and reality come together?

By looking at their transformation while getting into character the photographs test the physical and psychological limits of the body. Bringing the viewer close to the action.