This installation was created from my fascination with dancing and clubbing. The merging movements, the vibrations in my belly, the exchange of energy, and the blurriness of a euphoric moment produced by the magic of the night. The club is a place where you can escape reality, explore your sexuality, let your hair down and express who you are. However, during this time of a restrictive pandemic, this club space is no longer possible or safe. More than ever, we are separated by screens on our phones and computers, as well as face masks and plastic protection screens. This changes, transforms, fragments and blurs the way we perceive our surroundings. On top of that, parties have been replaced by live streams. Yet, the virtual realm as a space holds many limitations, therefore I think the given substitutes aren’t comparable to the real club. With my audiovisual, VeeJay installation, Together We Dance Alone, I investigate the perception of the new reality we all have to deal with.