At One Point. is a meditation on moments of sublime clarity, inspired by the simple act of a person confronting their own image in a mirror. It is a walk through the thoughts that constantly inhabits our minds. Philosophical, revelatory, insignificant, surreal thoughts. Two performers use their bodies to animate these thoughts, visualise them, subvert them or throw them into relief through a series of simple actions and movements. Using a soundscape composed of candid voice recordings, At One Point. finds the poetic in everyday speech and language, a kind of selfie-phantasmagoria.