"Cartography of contact" is a contemporary circus performance. It is the first creation of the collective. Touch is an elementary sense of human existence. It helps us orient ourselves in the world and define our place in it. Touch creates trust, warmth and intimacy and tells us something not only about our counterpart, but also about ourselves and the world we live in. This basic human need has been pushed into the background, but it has not lost its significance. What happens when we no longer have any points of contact with each other? In the symbiosis of dance and acrobatics, the collective seeks and finds its artistic language characterized by powerful sensitivity, intimacy and tension. Together, the players* create scenes whose touching images they embed in a sparse scenography that reflects the coldness of a world devoid of touch. "Cartography of contact" is a play that tells a moving story with a lot of warmth about what makes us human.