The work is characterized by a subjective approach to multimedia perception in the sense of the zeitgeist, in which our body image gains a central role in the creation of individual myths and gains enormous power. The experience of being a physical body in the world is very different from the visual impression we create for external observation. In the moment we act with our body, there is a translation of physical experience into a visual language. This parallelism is inherent in our being. It encourages the dialogue between the experiencing self, which is influenced by physical experience, and the narrative self, which is heavily influenced by our visual abilities. I use this parallelism as an artistic principle and explore the figurative potential for transformation using cross-media processes.