My theater is visual theater, and learning by seeing is a particularly important concern of my work. Throughout the history of the theater, the visible, that which can be grasped with the eye, has never been as important as it is in O.M. Theater. When I realised that language alone no longer had the power to express what I wished to realise, I turned my back on spoken and representative theater and attempted to stage real occurrences in my theater. All the five senses of the audiences were to be tasked directly. A real occurrence can be registered with all five senses. I construct occurrences in which the audience is invited to smell, look, hear, feel intensely.