Sure, it’s fun! (laughs). But I guess that, more important than making them feel worried, is to just engage them physically. For example, I feel that when you look at someone playing an instrument, your body naturally projects itself onto the person doing the action; however, with electronic music, this is not always the case. There’s a disconnection. Sometimes, through performances like autopsy.glass, you have this grey zone about authenticity: does it feel like the person is actually playing? Does it feel real? To me, this is really important. I try to understand what the limits are, because I still feel like I’m playing an instrument during this performance, even though it’s not as immediate as other ones that I did.