At the moment when a voice over the loudspeaker in Theatro Dassous in Thessaloniki asks all visitors to turn off their mobile phones so as not to interrupt the performance of Sophocles‘ „The Women of Trachis“, two social practices collide over the space of thousands of years. Nonetheless, the theatre is well occupied. While the audience‘s gaze rests on the stage in anticipation, the camera‘s gaze catches the rows of people lined up in a semicircle, falling to an almost prearranged hush as the lights dim.