With super pose super impose yourself, the domestic space of my apartment coexists, in two dimensional representations, with the performative black box. Through dances, songs, Skype calls, Chroma key effects and multiple screens, I question a possible collide of public/private, virtual/real, illusion/deception. It is an attempt at extracting all together the anxiety, overwhelming and (dis)embodied states I am experiencing in reaction to the prominent reign of visuality of our contemporary western society and its abstracted, ungraspable realities.