The third piece is called „Sexualität und Wahrheit pt.1“ (“Sexuality & Truth”), based on M. Foucault's unfinished History of Sexuality. It is a piece about knowledge or "Why is it that people in Europe do not know love, but love knowledge?" (F. Kittler). In a kind of bastard-pop-process, these elements merge with sections from Plato’s "Symposium" and Mallarmé’s poem "Afternoon of a Faun" into a duet by Bettina Thiel and Ingo Reulecke, as well as a circle of eight women. Here, we have a version of the faun and his nymph suddenly appearing as identical twins and over there, Diotima’s daughters are transformed into storm troopers of femininity, celebrating their knowledge of Aphrodisia with a firm convinction that this knowledge cannot be spoken of, but indeed known through dance.