Two actors, no words spoken, no story line, perform based on fragments of life experiences, childhood memories, residues of dreams, or imaginary emotions; The piece is performed by two actors without any spoken words or a story line. What happen on stage are fragments of familiar body languages from everyday life. They may be childhood memories, residues of dreams, or imagination of emotions. The actors present these everyday-life body movements, each in their own rhythms, to create a visual music duo, attempting to represent the mentality of life that is constantly shifting between united and fragmented states. The performers constantly shift between different modes of performance quality and the senses of body time in order to create a combination of different performance qualities (such as dancing, theater, soap opera, etc.) The performance also combines video and multi-media installations, adding different aesthetic ingredients and possibilities to the construction of images and meanings for the theatrical space.