The performance environment is designed to challenge usual conceptions of aesthetics for babies. Constituted of a number of interconnected diverse segments it spreads in the space without the usual audience-stage division. Each segment is proposing a different constellation of content (objects, sounds, movements, lights) emphasizing a particular type of sensory stimuli.
Dance is proposing a distinctive perspective of the bodies in motion and interrelation, while presence of the dancers affirms the shared experience and interaction. The variety of objects is made from the materials which provide diverse sensations. They incite both sensation and movement, and while being interlaced with other elements, contribute to the navigation of the perception and interplay.

Music is projected three-dimensionally - each source of sound transmits one particular part of the composition, situating them within installation set, in various positions. Lights are designed to navigate the attention of the audience, proposing possible trajectories for their movement trough the shared space.

Sensescapes aspires to challenge the concepts of performing arts for children and explore possibilities of choreographic practices, with the aim to provide the youngest audience a non conventional encounter with art. It strives to promote the importance of artistic experiences in early years as well as to introduce a broader understanding of dance and choreography, in the context of both artistic and social experience.