Multiverse broadcasts a story pretty hard to believe: Boris, the cosmonaut chimp supposedly sent by the Soviet Union to the Moon in 1969. Miguel Neto and Rodrigo Carvalho imagines an unprecedented combination of music and light around three acts – the show opens on Boris' cosmic roaming; soon after, the duo structures through music the wormhole where he got trapped before jumping chaotically between multiple universes. Finally, the show encloses on a fantasy: Boris the cosmonaut chimp is well alive since he found the meaning of passing from universe to universe, not time. Imagined as an immersive voyage, Multiverse by Boris Chimp 504 also flirts with fiction and reality while testing reactions between audio and image. On Friday June 15th thus, for one hour, the Portuguese duo will simply blur the lines between knowledge and supposition since, actually, the story of the cosmonaut chimp was a satire dreamed up by American historian Dwayne Allen Day.