Instant Community looks at fiction, truth and the lure of fabrication. Using the simple magic of our cellphones and tablets, this immersive work blurs the real and the artificial as nature and bodies are recreated, multiplied, and superimposed on the walls and among the public. A carte blanche project proposed by Montréal Danse to choreographer Peter Quanz, Instant Community deals with the collective experience of the Internet and the way our world is constantly captured, fragmented and modified. The images created live by the dancers Sylvain Lafortune, Bernard Martin, Brice Noeser and Peter Trosztmer result in a unique experience. Mastering the mysteries of a low-tech mystification, the performers blur our perception, leading the spectator to the construction of a hybrid reality.