In cooperation with the Max-Planck-Institute for Physical Chemistry in Göttingen, Aiglé Pucinskaité is developing a new installation concept, which is indebted to the idea of the Ideal Game, and therefore wants to provide a matrix, the rules of which develop instantaneously while exploring the parameters of the game. Two opposite walls of a room are both equipped with acoustic sensors/optical emitters, respectively optical sensors and acoustic emitters. By activating the system, an equilibrium develops, after a phase of chaotic interference of sound and light reflexes, which is disturbed, even destroyed by the viewer entering. His/her task is now to reach a state of higher harmony, simply by interacting with the different room qualities – comparable to the good feeling that people know who sing in the bath tub and feel how the surrounding walls reflect the sound of one’s own voice euphoniously.