One of the street events that we encountered in Linz was "Perfect Human Performance", a piece by Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson (with Ivana Kalc as a dancer). Ivana was surrounded by radios on all sides, and moved in distinct poses as if a robot had choreographed it. As she bent her arms or legs, a phrase would emanate from the radios: "See her falling, see her falling". In a square adjacent to her, if someone watching stepped into that space, she would mimic their moves. This evoked a perception of a technological body that is subordinate and follows instructions. She is still human, though, so there is more apprehension in a passer-by to step into the square and, in a sense, control her. Still, it is a lovely idea.