In closer the audience is invited to explore a space which appears as intimate as it is intimidating. The dancers seem nearby but they belong to another reality. The positions that spectators choose to take in the course of this performance determine what they see and how they see it. Through headphones you are introduced into a synthetic environment resonant with audio organisms that come to life, mutate and extinguish. This world in which the performers move is a twilight zone between waking and sleeping, between life and death, between on and off.