In our third season for the Czech Philharmonic, things get a bit complicated. As we discover further colorful layers of the Rudolfinum, the prized seat of the CP, the motifs of its interior decoration break free from the grid, their unusual encounters multiply and they are getting into more and more complex relationships. There is cloning. Mythical faces speak with themselves. Birds fly restlessly in a dense clump of climbing stems, which can also be sound curves of tracks or of conversations in lounges. Time has advanced, and the neo-Renaissance paintings start to give way to distinctively digital signs.