It looks like a house. A magic house with a one-way mirror that reflects a face that is not your own, a window that casts strange shadows, a character who drinks tea while hanging upside down and a hummingbird that appears in a waterfall of fine sand.
More than a show, it is an art installation that the spectator is invited to discover. The installation works very well with children who manipulate, pull strings, walk on a treadmill and make faces in the mirror. The adults can do the same, delighted to enter this poetic and amusing offscreen.
Guests are also invited behind the scenes to create the magic of the installation with the artists.