Project by P. Anziché and M. Crosta (OATo) as part of the program for science dissemination and public outreach for the Italian participation in the ESA mission Gaia, funded by the Italian Space Agency ([Intrecci di Rete Spazio- Temporale], INAF-Astrophysical Observatory of Turin, Technical Report no. 158, 26.06.2012).
The network creates a structure that follows its users, it provides the conditions for a change in the perception of the surrounding environment, thus stimulating and accommodating different body movements. In this dimension, the experience of each caller becomes that of a participant and, therefore, creating a performance in which the individual movements will determine a multitude of different balances. Physically "belonging" to the exhibition space and actually moving through it materializes what JA Wheeler said "mass tells space-time how to curve, and space-time tells mass how to move". Therefore, the background lattice is transformed into a force field, attracting as well the "intimate" levels of the spectators who became part of it.
The situation that is created is suggestive, playful, and able to involve many people in a highly aesthetic collective action and, at the same time, to return immediately the perception of how the theory of General Relativity "plots" the Universe.