Lithuanian visual artist Eglė Budvytytė plunges into the unexpected, querying the relationship between bodies, architecture, environment and spectatorship. A parade of joggers, dressed in matching activewear, lay sprawled across concrete stone steps. Bankers in the financial district – suited figures who spread their arms and fingers to the sky. By choreographing performers to enact imaginative gestures, sometimes filled with a sense of emergency, Eglė questions the body’s ability to melt and permeate through public spaces. Delve into the Extra Extra commissioned audio work Stones and Cyborgs, where tender melodies transmit dark yet playful erotic desires.