Play is one of the founding pillars that allows us to discover the world. To play is to learn how things work, howwe behave, interact and how we can solve problems. It fuels our scientific thirst for experimenting, the enchantment towards the magic of discovery and the frustration of failure. It is also crucial to inform howwe perceive and experience reality, and howwe create a new, alternative one we might be able to control. Play investigates the powers at play in our society and its subversive, irreverent potential. It looks at its healing powers, the relief that comes from unlocking energy, creativity, and unexpected ghosts.