PERSONA portrays a series of "I" personalities which don't necessarily represent an individuals single personal history, but which rather flow between many varying sexual identities. These identities merge and separate in one identity which we call "O".
O is presented by five puppets. They have no clothes to identify their characters, they only have their skin, and the marks and signs which are scratched into them, marks and signs of experiences which create their shame or pride, all depending on the experiences. They are all dead objects which breathe and move as if they were alive. These objects are objects for our own desires, desire to defer death, to live inwardly within the time given in our weak vessels.
The performance concentrates on the bodies object nature, a free floating and anarchistic sexuality, the deep split between the body and the mental state, head separated from body, feelings from intellect, genders singularity as opposed to "the other" through which "I" could have discovered its humanity.
In an attempt to construct its identity O searches for an original knowledge to do with its physical "I" a knowledge which is found outside of language and away from normality.