"Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus School in Weimar 1919, established new artistic and architectural conceptions of space in which the boundaries between arts, crafts and new emerging techniques are blurred. This notion was implemented creatively by Polish dancer Kryzsztof Nowakowski from Warschau and his team consisting of the media artists Stefan Pach, Jonas Späinghaus and Ludwig Völker. Nowakowski’s movements are projected onto an artificial dancing figure on a videoscreen: Man, music and animation enter into a symbiosis. Moreover, a camera transfers the act of chopping vegetables onto the screen and the artificial dancer is virtually fed."
This is what was said about the piece in the TV documentary "Weimarer Dreieck" by the MDR. The performance was presented to an audience at the "Kunstfest Weimar 2011".