Dancer and choreographer Ioanna Paraskevopoulou describes MOS as a ‘scenic game’ which explores the hidden relations between movement, sound and image. Two performers act and react to a series of randomly chosen film clips on a screen. Their actions are a variation of the classic ‘Foley’ technique which is used for creating sound effects in almost every film or TV series that you have seen. Foley artists typically use a huge variety of objects and sources to make real-life sounds on film, and their techniques are often similar to improvisation or experimental music. In MOS, the performers translate the images they see on screen in surprising ways. The connections between what you see on the screen, and the sounds made by the performers, may not be as logical as you might expect.