In SKYGGEN Hans Christian Andersen creates the image of a shadow of the age of consent which grows autonomous and calls his owner to become its shadow.

SAM (Staging a mirror) deals with the contemporary habit of interacting with capable machines. Giving away data about gesture, interest, timing, preferences, geopositions, consumption and all the other things representing personhood to machines which are as a result squeezing us into a uniform personality created out of these exaltations seems like a process very close to Andersen's shadow metaphor.

The performance contains two performers mirroring each other, writing TEMPER on a glass partition and a third performer who is scratching the SENSE scythe on the surface of a mirror.