Performance consisting of video projection and live sound improvisation. The video projections comprise elements of the video a cut through the archive of destruction, which draws upon documents that are included in the collection of the archive of destruction. The selected video sequences are reduced to small segments which are split into text and image video clips, to be played randomly from two separate sources and projected on top of each other, thus superimposing text on the video images. 
The sound of the original video segments is also split into small clips and loops, being subsequently reworked and transformed live during the performance. As images succeed each other in the projection, the performers try to respond to the random image-text combinations, through live sound improvisation. 
After the performance, the video projections remain, as a silent and continuous generation of chance encounters between image and text.