In Sketch of Togetherness, Lea Moro develops a serial performative project that examines the physical, social, personal and emotional qualities of an encounter between two strangers. Accompanied by a camera, Lea Moro (or another choreographer in her place) will spend a day together with a local guest. Their coming together will be the central focus. The possibilities of their encounter will be put to the test. What structural and political questions are provoked when two strangers meet? How quickly do things turn personal? How do we relate to that which we represent? The reunion subsequently takes place in the presence of an audience. Thesketch or draft of their encounter is created from the aggregated material of memory, video and sound as well as their own ‘scores’. This encounter brings insights into different realities of daily life as well as professional worlds, individual biographies and cultural, political and social contexts.