The components travel throughout the urban context creating performances and performances spaces, traveling like a swarm form one site to the next. Not only would they create excitement and entertainment through the performances but also in their mere movement around, extending the performance beyond that of just a scripted production but to their movements of travel, assembly and disassembly. People would even follow them, or in the case of the walking platforms, be carried to the next performance, acting as their own adverting campaign.
These components could create a multitude of types of performances and performance spaces. In an extravagant musical concert scenario the walking platforms act as a dynamic undulating stage, some moving the artist around and even out into the audience. The dome segments act as a backdrop to the stage, the video display fabric enhancing the desired atmosphere for the performance. The walking arch is even used to pick up and lift performers into the air above the stage. Each component plays a role into furthering the overall spectacle experience. Another scenario shows the rapid deployability of the components creating an immersive performance space. The site starts out fairly empty, and then slowly the components begin to creep in. In a matter of minute the space is full of them, as they all move into position. A totally new environment is created once they are all situated and expanded. Inside, the walking platforms create a traversable new terrain on the site, fitting in with the images displayed on the dome segments, creating a totally different surrounding environment.