It’s about behavior, human behavior, which often “masks” the truth or the reality through the ever-changing lens of action and movement. Each dancer will exaggerate their everyday movements: walking, drinking, and interacting through the space of a hotel atmosphere, during the opening day of the fair. This artistic and dance strategy is intended to make the way humans utilize their everyday movements – both physical and gestural – visible. Its also intended to make both the viewer as well as the performer conscious of their movements and interactions. The Camouflage sculptures serve as a metaphor for how humans use and abuse their daily behaviors to construct a notion of reality and to control their perception of “self”. Humans use their behavior as a construction to manipulate perception – and as we know, perception in our contemporary society is reality. But like camouflage, perception shifts, and has not anchor or stability – it visibility is constantly changing and moving.