The middle of October sees the opening of an exhibition with artist and stage director Karl Dunér. The presentation features mechanical dolls, sculpture, and film. The puppets steer themselves and interact in a kind of performance. The technique builds on an encounter between the Japanese Bunraku tradition and contemporary electronics. Each puppet has its own breathing and movements. And, as is the case with the other mechanical sculptures in the exhibition, no action is repeated in this exciting pioneering performance.