A Crying Game was first performed at the Museo Diffuso di Formello (Rome, Italy) on 10 and 11 December 2016.
An artist is locked in the gallery alone. He cries intermittently throughout the night until sunrise. A baby monitor records his cries and plays them in the town square. The cry resounds, distorted and insistent through the square: an unidentified request for help, a call from an unknown person, a nuisance, a small threat to public order.