The work originated when three artists in neighboring studios began probing what constituted their normal working day. This led Marco Delgado, Nadine Fuchs, and Zimoun to form the collective A Normal Working Day. The trio’s platform is interactive and brings together visual and performing arts in seductive parades, mischievous disguises and cross-dressing, and disincarnated plastic bodies. The characters become images, icons, actors of their own metamorphosis. This means incorporating bodies in entirely orchestrated visual systems, creating a motif that invades the space via various and often unexpected supports. A spectacular multiplication, as seductive as it is disquieting.