During the great exhibition Sistematúrgia in 2014 at the Arts Santa Mònica in Barcelona, Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca staged several of his performances, between them Hipermembrana, originally created in 2007. 

Hipermembrana is a mechatronic performance with performers, a scream machine, a dreskeleton and many different sensors. It sets out to explore the nature of myths, and to this end it combines different elements such as the landscape of Dante’s hell, the myth of the Minotaur and the shape of the eucariotic cell. These elements are interconnected using a narrative technique that consists of layering graphic and literary story-lines thus enabling unexpected twists and turns and a wealth of creative expression.
Script, direction and drawings: Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca. Performers: Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca, Ignacio Galilea, Marina Cardona, Margherita Bergamo. Choreography: Margherita Bergamo. Music: Pau Guillamet (Guillamino. Programming: Matteo Sisti Sette. Technical director and interactive lighting: Oriol Ibáñez.

︎ Carles Rodriguez.