In Skiagraphia we meet a man who has taken that step towards immortal life. He is free from worries of limited time, and explores his capabilities of an infinite life. But he also lacks the emotions that come with impermanence, loss and a limited lifespan. If death is the driving force behind life, what urge does he have to live?

Skiagraphia explores these themes using two versions of the same person: the mortal (Andrés Marín) and the immortal (Kalin Morrow). The theme of recreation is made tangible through an ingeniously designed set, that consists of a landscape of transforming, geometric sculptures, which can be set in motion by the performers.