A pluridisciplinary French artist, Vincent Pouydesseau graduated from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg. He has explored many practices ranging from digital and interactive design to scenography and visual performance. He is now interested in light design as a medium for interpreting material or immaterial data. He designs immersive devices that offer experiences that can question our perception and thus access new keys of reading like Index of / 0002 A low-tech ballet. At a time when robotics is trying to humanize its inventions, the installation explores through low-tech culture a primitive form whose repetitive movements raise the question of humanity Of the object. The instruments are extracted from their usual framework, take their autonomy, and rub themselves with the limits that condition their source of energy. The comical perception of the ballet gradually gives way to a feeling of uneasiness, resulting from the observation of impossible flight and dependence.