The artists take on the roles of a bookie and a referee (roles associated with strict adherence to rules) and participants are goaded to skirt the edges of implicit rules. The performance invokes the spirit of live-streamed fighting games, and likens it to illegal gambling in underground street fighting.
The concept of yomi is applied deterministically, but with hidden information, making this a piece that explores trust and betrayal within crowd dynamics. Fighters may believe they are playing a game, though they are pawns of a crowd mentality.
Installed and performed in various venues, including the Museum of the Moving Image, Babycastles, and Eyebeam.