Enclosing self into an echo chamber that is indicative of limitation, content addiction is examined as a replacement to physical contact. Hard gestures shape an isolation mold around the figure, focusing on the symbiotic relationship between person and media equipment. In contrast, soft strokes paint the interior in white, leaving fingerprint traces in the cavity. The tactile opposition suggestive of human touch, leaves a void space relating to passivity and absence. Pornographic material is projected from the smartphone’s screen to the inside, allowing visual stimuli to become the vehicle for the transformation and evolution of form. The skin pigmentation assigns a color value, as the spectrum of flesh animates the devoid of any content internal surfaces with ‘passive activity’. The capacity of image to affect blurs the boundaries of the somatic and the virtual. Device transmits the interstellar ‘Arecibo message’ as a binary code, a pulsating sound traveling through the body that is used as an emitting source. An introvert and an extrovert relay play synchronized as an attempt to communicate and connect.