German artist Verena Stenke and Venetian-born artist and writer Andrea Pagnes have been working together since 2006 as VestAndPage internationally in performance art, performance-based film, writing, publishing and temporary artistic community projects. For over a decade, VestAndPage have been exploring performance art and filmmaking as phenomena of "thin places" through their collaborative creative practice, artistic research and curatorial projects. They have produced body-based art and films among others under Antarctic glaciers, at the Himalaya foothills, in the vastness of Tierra del Fuego, in abandoned factories, Russian enclaves, or inside the dark depths of Southern German prehistoric caves systems. Their site-responsive and psycho-geographical works move between embodiment and research, the unseen and the unforeseen, the oppressed and unspoken, the forgotten and the repressed. Their works have been presented in museums, galleries, theatres, cinemas and various sites worldwide. They are the founders and directors of the Venice International Performance Art Week, and their theoretical and poetic writings have been extensively published and translated for international readers. Since the onset of the pandemic, they have been producing momentum, an ongoing series of videos in which they host conversations under existential focus with people from the arts, culture and science. In the form of shared contemplations, these dialogues search not to battle through opinions, but to raise crucial questions on our contemporaneity.